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The Exmoor Coast Traverse

Devon, ENGLAND

Climbs 1 – Rocktype Sandstone (hard) – Altitude Tidal – Faces N

Crag features
The Exmoor Coast Traverse lies between Foreland Point, Lynmouth and Combe Martin, North Devon. The route follows a line between the water and the grass line. Takes a group of four about four/five days to complete; two might do it in two /three days. Best section between Woody Bay and Heddons Mouth. Hardest section between Lynmouth/ Wringcliff Bay under the valley of the rocks. Lots of new Martin Crocker hard conventional routes here. Photos at http://members.madasafish.com/~exmoorwalker/page160.html [Terry Cheek]

Access notes
Obviously the route is at sea level, and you must seriously consider the tide as there are few escape routes. Have a look on the low water of spring tides first. Access is M5 then A39 or N. Devon link road from junc 27 to Lynmouth or Combe Martin.

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Guidebooks

Out of print: North Devon and Cornwall (1988)

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