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Bashers Harbour

Cornwall, ENGLAND

Climbs 14 – Rocktype Granite – Altitude Tidal – Faces SW

Crag features
Routes up to 120ft, with the easy ones spotted amidst much harder ones. Many new routes since the 2000 guidebook - try High Issue 224

Even more info on javu http://javu.co.uk/Climbing/NewRoutes/WestCornwall/Bashers.shtml

Weather forecast

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6.8mm rain
Sun
11 °C
35 kph

0.0mm rain
Sunny periods
12 °C
22 kph

11.3mm rain
Sun
14 °C
45 kph

4.5mm rain
Cloudy
13 °C
39 kph

3.8mm rain
Mainly cloudy
11 °C
30 kph
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Guidebooks
West Cornwall & Supplement (2000),
Out of print: Chair Ladder and the South Coast (1992)

Climbs at this crag

Sort climbs
 Climb nameGradex
1FootlooseVS 4c *12
2Cave ButtressHS 4b 9
3The FlakeVS 4c 2
4Black CrackHS 4b 5
5Mince Pie ProblemD 10
6Sharpy The Cereal PoisonerE2 6a 1
 Climb nameGradex
7Dai TrewellardE3 6a 1
8The Sea For BreakfastS 4a 1
9California DreamingE2 5b *1
10South without ScottHVS 5a 1
11Cave Groove DirectVS 4c *3
Access notes
Tidal - the flood tide can cut the base off abruptly, making escape W towards Praa Sands impossible.

Privately owned. Take your litter and any you find home.

>From the A394 Penzance to Helston rd take the narrow lane (signpost Hendra (SW 604 287). This leads to a car park above the E end of Praa Sands beach. The cliff is about 0.3mi E, before Rinsey Head with its solitary clifftop house.

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This crag seems to take a lot of seepage and so does not seem to be a good winter venue. 19th March '06 after several dry days most of the routes were wet. Sorting out which route is which is a bit trickey at the moment - there are two seperate lists of new routes on javu as well as the guide. The top needs stakes for belays, some are in place, but it is probably worth taking some spares with you (it's only 10 minutes walk from the carpark).
Mark Kemball - 20/Mar/06