Bude Pillars

Climbs 14 – Rocktype Culm – Altitude ? – Faces ?

Crag features
Only a few worthwhile climbs but those are mostly Culm hidden gems amidst the usual intriguing rock scenery. Easily approached along the beach from Compass Point, or down a decent path at the south end of that beach. Sea-washed and inescapable at high tide. Belaying at the top of the main pillar requires cunning.

Guidebooks
North Devon and Cornwall (2000)

Climbs at this crag

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 Climb nameGrade
1BrainchildE5 6a ** 
2BorderlineE4 6a **6
3ZinfandelHVS 5a **15
4The Curate's EggE1 5a  
5SigmoidoscopyHVS 4c 2
6Bum NoteE4 6a 1
7JamboreeE1 5b 1
8IdHVS 5a 1
9Dialectic IndeterminismsE2 5c 2
10Up YoursE1 5b 1
11Waisted YouthHVS 5a 1
12InsubsequenciousnessHVS 5a *2
13Pressed RatHVS 5a *1
14WarthogE1 5b *1
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