From the book:
This quaintly named little cove is protected from the horrors of Henna Cliff to the south by a band of easy-angled slabs, interspersed with long tongues of grass and deep overlaps. Access to these slabs is straight forward and at low tide would provide a simple approach route to Henna itself. South of the waterfall at Yeol Mouth is a grassy combe. A faint path meanders down to scree slopes and the boulder beach. The landward slab immediately on the right of a striking, slanting overlap is remarkably smooth apart from the large areas of grass. It is bounded on the right by a long rounded rib.
Sorry, MK I really can't remember! This climb was my first Epic and it was a while ago and details are hazy..I will research and try to add more details as I find/remember them.
Out of print: North Devon and Cornwall (1988)
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