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Brean Down (Fort Crags) Somerset, ENGLAND
Climbs 52 – Rocktype Limestone – Altitude 8m a.s.l – Faces S
Totally different from the landward crags at Brean. Hard, textured rock reminiscent of The Gower.
Excellent trad climbing in an atmospheric situation.
South West Climbs - Volume 1 (2012), Avon and Cheddar (1992)
Climbs at this crag
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Walk out along the path on top of the down until the fort at the end of the headland comes into view.
Turn left at a concrete gun emplacement near the path and scramble down to the west of the first cliff (Red Slab Wall).
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What a gorgeous place, and what lovely grippy rock! The way down was a bit of a puzzle; when you turn left off the path towards the fort you go down a bit and there is a little building (gun emplacement), and the scramble down is in front of that.|
BusyLizzie - 28/Apr/13
I couldn't find it. I couldn't work out where to go to Ab down and therefore didn't climb at the Fort Crag, ended up on the beach. A solid description from someone who knows would be useful, I found the description in the CC guide to be utterly useless.
puppythedog - 31/Mar/12