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Fox Promontory

Cornwall, ENGLAND

Climbs 40 – Rocktype Granite – Altitude ? – Faces SW

Crag features
Plenty to entertain both VS-HVS climbers and those operating at E2. Sustained and quite steep but well-protected (mainly) single-pitch routes of up to 90ft. Aspect is actually south, west and north: pick your time of day. The North Face is usually damp until the sun hits the face in late afternoon.

Weather forecast

 Today  Sun  Mon  Tue  Wed 

0.0mm rain
Mainly cloudy
12 °C
24 kph

2.1mm rain
14 °C
37 kph

2.5mm rain
Sunny periods
12 °C
24 kph

0.2mm rain
Sunny periods
12 °C
38 kph

2.7mm rain
12 °C
41 kph
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West Country Climbs (2010), West Cornwall & Supplement (2000),
Out of print: Chair Ladder and the South Coast (1992)

Climbs at this crag

Sort climbs
 Climb nameGradex
2The BladeE2 5b  
3Second BloodVS 4b  
4FoxbloodS 4a 3
5DroploveS 4b  
6Folly CornerVD 3
7Vixen's CrackVD 3
8TiptoeE1 5b 1
9PilgrimsHVS 4c 2
10Cuboid CornerHS 4b  
11Rough RiderS 4b  
12The HuntsmanVS 5a *3
13Reynard's RevengeHS 4b  
14Sunshine CracksHS 4b 17
15Baby BouncerE4 6a  
16Dark DenizenVS 5a 1
17Thrutched UpE1 5b 1
18ReveilleHS 4b **31
19FoxE7 6b  
20The Curtain RaiserVS 5a **12
21OctopusE2 5c  
 Climb nameGradex
23HallucinationsE2 6a 1
24Disappointment AreteE2 5b  
25Second Class SlabHVS 4c 1
26Sports PlanE3 5c 1
27SinisterVS 4c 7
28The MuzzleHVS 4c **40
29The WhiskerVS *24
30Zawn Face ClimbD 2
31The Outside StartVD 2
32The Vixen's EmbraceVS 5a **2
34Foot LooseVS 4c  
35Bloody FingerVS 4c 2
36The IllusionHS 1
37PulloverVS 4c  
38Rejoice the LudditesE4 6a ** 
39Lovely CruiseA1  
40Vixens FollyVS 4c *1
42The CrackE1 5b  
43The Wall and BulgeE3 5c  
44The AreteS  
Access notes
Tidal - many starts only accessible three hours either side of low tide.

>From the car park at Porthgwarra, head uphill up the tarmac road. Carry on to a distinctive granite-built wall. 80m further on is the rocky top of the headland from which the Promontory is reached (by boulder hopping).

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