Sandymouth

Climbs 14 – Rocktype Culm – Altitude ? – Faces S

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The guidebook descriptions are rather difficult to follow - there has been rockfall since they were written. We have recently cleaned and reclimbed all the routes (winter 05 -06) and the topo is our best guess at what is or was what. We have also added a few new lines. The pinnacle takes no drainage or seepage and is very quick to dry. If the wind is northerly or easterly, it can be a suntrap, making it a good winter venue. Descent is by abseil from an insitu rope sling (replaced December '05). Inaccessable for 2 or 3 hours around high tide.

Guidebooks
North Devon and Cornwall (2000), rustypeg.co.uk, Javu website new routes

Climbs at this crag

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  Climb nameGrade
1TurmoilVD
2Wall of HolesHVS 4b
3Varminf6C ***
4The FlameVS 4b
5Crazy from the HeatE1 5b **
6Avon CallingE3 5c *
7Fire DancerE4 6a
8The WickE1 5b
9Local HeroE2 5c *
10Blood on the TracksE4 6a *
11Rite BouyVS 5a
12A FenderE1 5c
13Soapy WaterE3 6a
14Rise of the PheonixE4 6a *
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A really good venue which probably deserves a few more stars.
Kafoozalem - 10/Sep/13
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