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Cornwall, ENGLAND

Climbs 28 – Rocktype Granite – Altitude Tidal – Faces S

Crag features
Excellent fun for the lower-grade climber. Non-strenuous slabs mostly with routes up to 100ft on perfect granite.

Access notes
Tidal at the base of the main slab; all affected by swells.

From the car park at Lamorna walk W for about 1.25miles past the entrance steps of the Tater-Du lighthouse. Pass a distinctive isolated house with pretty garden on the R. Continue for about 100m to an indistinct path heading L into an overgrown meadow. Wear long trousers! Follow the path along the wall to cross a low wall onto the open cliff. Beware holes underfoot. Veer R to a bouldery ridge that runs seaward.

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West Cornwall & Supplement (2000),
Out of print: Chair Ladder and the South Coast (1992)

Climbs at this crag

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 Climb nameGradex
1Solomon BrowneVD *14
2Loose Limpet CrackHS 4b *22
3Little Bear I do love thee of EsdalunaVD 5
4The Great GonzoVD 4
5Acid TestVS 4c *12
6Gravity SlabVS 4c 8
7Jeans Genius IIVS 4c 1
8Green StreaksVS 4c 7
9ZebraVS 4c 7
10StoneVS 4c 3
11TheaS 4a 21
 Climb nameGradex
12Prior ClaimS s 9
13Exit RouteVD 5
14Exit Route, left-hand finishHS 4b *3
15The Not So Ordinary RouteD 4
16ScabHVS 4c 3
17Down UnderHS 4b 5
18Little FramkieVD 3
19ExitVD 5
20Direct ApproachVS 4c 3
21Famished FiveVS 5a  
22Pow Sows Peswardhek, Pow Frynk NawHVS 4c  
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Don't think anyone has been here in a long while - the path through teh meadow was completely overgrown. It took us approx. 40 mins to hack through the stinging nettles and brambles. Now's a good time to visit, as we have done most of the work for you, but take a scythe to finish the job, or at the very least a stout stick. Nice crag. Also, winter storms have resulted in seaweed growing up the first few metres of the main slab, making all the climbs there more awkward.
manbat - 24/Jun/14

Nice crag, easy scrable down no need to abb in, saw an Adder (Male?) on the appoach path so keep an eye out.
jamesca - 15/Apr/09