Sully Island

Climbs 22 – Rocktype UNKNOWN – Altitude ? – Faces ?

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Sully Island is accessed via a natural tidal causeway, which disappears extremely quickly once the tide starts to rise. Visitors should check the tide times carefully, bearing in mind that it takes about 15 minutes to cross back to the mainland. Usually window is 2-2.5 hours either side of low.

It is a bouldering spot with a mix of rock types, both soft buff sandstone and hard grey limestone. The bouldering is on the limestone with occasional use of the sandstone for footholds.

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Impression of some easier problems from 2012 : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qZw9NFWSncY
joepremier - 29/Oct/14
This is a nice crag. Revidi is a great traverse. Well worth a look
fyfee8a - 18/Jul/14
As I live so close I checked Sully Island out, perhaps worthwhile if you're very close. Lots of easy problems. Not much time between tides!
joepremier - 08/May/12
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These details were last updated on 05/Sep/2014

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