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Steeple Point

Cornwall, ENGLAND

Climbs 5 – Rocktype Culm – Altitude 15m a.s.l – Faces SW

Crag features
Steeple Point is on Cornwall's Culm Coast, north of the already registered crag of "Duck Pool". It is unexplored and has a variety of climbs to offer.

Originally only one route on Steeple Point the excellent 'Out to Lunch' in 2012 J.A.Thomson climbed the excellent 'JAT'. The crag has a lot of scope for lots of easy grade routes which we are currently being climbed and recorded.

There are two stakes at the top, with a good block in the middle of both stakes for belaying. (stakes put in 2013). There is also the remains of an old stake which would be alright.

Access notes
How to get there:

Turn off the A39 in North Cornwall past Kilkhampton and drive through Stibb towards the village of Coombe. Continue to drive West towards Steeple Point and park in view of the sea on the National Trust car park just by a small stream running into the sea. Boulderhop along the beach turning the corner heading up (north) - 4-5 min walk take you to the start of JAT (see photos for route recognition).

An a approach can be made at high tide by traversing from duck pool a nice warm up or good to end the day ot or night.The traverse is grade of severe

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Climbs at this crag

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 Climb nameGradex
1JATHVS 5b *6
2Out to LunchD 2
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3The Holy Stone of ClonrichertS 4a 1
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