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St Loy Cliff Cornwall, ENGLAND
Climbs 49 – Rocktype Granite – Altitude 50m a.s.l – Faces S
High-quality routes on flawless granite nicely spread across the grades. Single- and multi-pitch routes up to 120ft. Notable for Chlorophyll Cluster (E1 5b) and The Baldest (E4 6a). Often quiet - because car parking is a problem.
West Country Climbs (2010), West Cornwall (2000), Chair Ladder and the South Coast (1992)
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The most convenient parking is the limited places at Penberth Cove, about a mile west along the coastal footpath. There is a right of way to the coastal path from Treverven Farm, which has a campsite; parking is not usually allowed here.
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Good venue on a showery day. We did Chlorophyll Cluster (worth the journey for that route alone) about an hour after the rain stopped, and it had been raining for about 6hs, and crag was bone dry.|
Owen W-G - 10/Jun/09
travel East from the entrance to Treverven Farm. The SECOND field access on the left has some grass verge parking for a couple of cars, and there is more about 800m further East. Don't block the gates !
The top of Sloe Steel has an angry gorse barrier, but it can be traversed round. The abseil tat to the right was added to on 25-6-04.
uncle nick - 28/Jun/04