Le Souffleur

Climbs 12 – Rocktype Gneiss – Altitude ? – Faces S

Crag features
This crag is split in two by an easy section of rock which has the blowhole which gives the crag it's name. Routes can only be climbed near low tide - about 2 hours either side of low water on a spring for the western (Soapy) area.

The blowhole starts to work about 2 hours after low water on a rising tide depending on swell.

Access notes
No bird restrictions. Park as for Gull Zawn and walk down the valley with the drystone wall east of La Congrelle. Scramble down on the eastern side of the stream, the first climbs are in the back of the bay just west of the stream ('Soapy' area), the rest are round to the east through the arches.

Jersey and Guernsey (1987)

Climbs at this crag

Sort climbs
  Climb nameGrade
2TramontanaE1 5b
3HurricaneE1 5b *
4TempestHVS 5a
5Stuck in a rutHS
6SnatchHVS 5a
7SnitchVD *
9Apple CrumbleVD
11Not Worth the EffortD
12Sea SlugHS 4b
13Morning WallD
14Make or BreakVS 4c
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