5 – Rocktype
Gneiss – Altitude
80m a.s.l – Faces
This craglet is an outcropping of the massive quartz vein that runs through the Jerbourg headland from Petit Port to Marble Bay. Bouldering here does have a different feeling to other Guernsey rock types, climbing can become very greasy quickly!!
(All feet for sit starts start on the main face not the lower band of rock at ground level.)
Approach notesAccess notes
Perry’s Guide Ref – Page 31 G3. Approach Doyle Column from St Martin and park up on the opposite side of the road from the column (car park on corner). Leave the car park and walk away from the column down a small drive past the public toilets. Follow the path through the ‘S’ bend, the path will turn sharp left before dropping onto the cliff path on this corner turn right and you can see the top of Doyle crag just off the dirt track on the cliff side. Part of the crag is obscured from the path by a mound of rock which lies in front of the main face. No bird restrictions.
Jersey and Guernsey (1987)
Climbs at this crag
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