Altitude 32m a.s.l
End of a great day... © Sean Kelly
Marvellous lines abound, single- and multi-pitch routes up to 200ft. Often very busy at Easter and Bank Holidays. Many low-grade classics including Doorpost (HS 4b), Little Brown Jug (VS 5a) and Anvil Chorus (VS 4c, much fallen off), and Suicide Wall (E1 5c), with mid-range musts like Bow Wall (E2 5b), Ghost (E3 5b), Vulcan (E5 6b).
Tidal in a few areas, but almost all unaffected.
Park at the NT car park off the B3306 (Morvah-Zennor) by the old mine-stack ruins. Follow rocky track N towards sea. Scramble over blocks downwards to find the crag looming on your R. The crag is 300yds long with most of the good routes towards the centre.
April 2016: please avoid the first pitch of Little Brown Jug as there is a couple of fulmars nesting on the vegetated patch on P1
|Bosigran seems to be currently infested with ticks (in the last two weekend I know four people who have picked them up).|
andrewmcleod - 15/Jun/15