Daddyhole Upper Cliff

Climbs 7 – Rocktype Limestone – Altitude 40m a.s.l – Faces S

Access notes
Recent Coast and Countryside clearance work has changed the potential access to this crag. This winter/ Spring is a real opportunity to create a new safe easy access path contouring to the base of this crag from the bottom of the railings/ steps running east from Daddyhole plain car park. With a decent approach path created (Approx 200m) this crag could become the most accessible in Devon. Its south facing, sea level non tidal, natural featured weathered limestone, insitu belay posts every 8 feet, ice cream van in the summer and the potential to belay from a car.

There is clearly space for more routes than currently listed, and with a bit of traffic could become a convenient fun crag, deserving a bit more attention that at present maybe? Hope to get a climb in there this spring, I will update if achieved.

Guidebooks
South Devon and Dartmoor (1995)

Climbs at this crag

Sort climbs
  Climb nameGrade
1End CrackVD
2Imperial WallHVS 5a
3Romeo & JulietVD
4RamshackleS 4a
5Sabre ToothHS 4a
6Brass Bound CrackHVS 5a
7Eubulus WilliamsVS 4c
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