St. Clether Crag Cornwall, ENGLAND
Climbs 35 – Rocktype Pillow lava – Altitude 191m a.s.l – Faces ?
There would seem to be a Barn Owl living in the large crack left of Clether Dick.
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Very overgrown in June 2014. Hacked our way through head-height bracken and brambles to the base of the main crag.
The climbing was pleasant enough, but would treat a lot of the apparent gear placements with caution; many of the obvious pockets/breaks are hollow-sounding or crumbly. Interesting crag, and worth a visit if you've been to Roche or Hawks' Tor too often, but take some cutters and gardening gloves for the approach if you visit!|
jayjackson - 08/Jul/14
Very overgrown in July but certainly worth another visit. Great rock!
Rob - 16/Jul/13
Delightful setting. If some kind soul could take secateurs with them the bramble population really needs attacking before they get out of hand later in the year.
Kafoozalem - 04/Mar/13
Well worth a vist. Lovely location, short but good quality routes. Sunny and out of the wind when we went on a cold February day.
andrea83 - 02/Feb/13
Really beautiful place, amazing peaceful chapel/well and nice climbing on solid rock and brilliant pockets. Recommended.
Tom Last - 24/Apr/12
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