Rumps Point Cornwall, ENGLAND
Climbs 34 – Rocktype Pillow lava – Altitude ? – Faces all
To the north of the headland, ther is a large amount of rock with routes upto 15 metres some of which is loose or lichenous. The tidal routes are much cleaner and the rock is sound. there is some limited deep water soloing round here at high tide but with some strong tidal currents which start flowing about three hours down from low tide.
To the south of the headland, a line of land locked pinicales provide a veriety of routes. The seaward face is a much more North Cost adventure crag with some routes in the lower grades which should not be underestimated as most of the rock is quite brittle.
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Anyone have any more detail on topos etc for these routes. I'm in Polzeath in 2 weeks and thought some of these might be worth a try.|
rocknick - 01/Apr/08