Climbs 17
Rocktype Granite

Faces W

Bosigran Sunset? © Dan Arkle

Crag features

Offers the longest rock climb in Penwith (700ft), visually stunning. Though easy in grade, not for novices except with experienced companions: it is very runout and there is serious exposure. The harder routes are all single-pitch, such as Gallipoli (E1 5c).

Approach notes

Tidal at base of first pitch of the Ridge and on the seaward climbs on the W face.
Approach as for Bosigran - NT car park off the B3306. Go left on the coast path to a path around Porthmoina Cove, and down to the bouldery base of the upper ridge. Memorial plaque for Marine Commandos (the cliff assault wing trained here).

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Guidebooks

West Country Climbs

West Country Climbs is a major Rockfax guide to one of the UK’s most celebrated, sunny and diverse climbing regions. The book is fashioned in Rockfax’s award-winning layout and design, and copiously illustrated with action photographs of the climbs and cliffs that reflect the quality and variety of climbing experiences to be had on offer in the UK’s most popular holiday destination - the West Country. This is a selected route and buttress guidebook which covers the best 900 routes from the crags listed below.
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Waltzing Matilda is bloody brilliant!
Tom Last - 20/Dec/10
Some great little route at the foot of the Ridge, I'd particularly reccomend Gallipoli and Anzac Day.
Al Evans - 16/May/06
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Climbs at this crag

7Waltzing MatildaHVS 5b **11
8Layback and Think of England
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E1 6a 1
9Cure by Choice
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HVS 5b 8
10Anzac Day
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E1 5b *16
11Slippery PeopleE3 6a 2
12KagutsuchiE7 6b ***3
13Imphal
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E2 5c **15
14Kohima
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E3 6a **8
15Gallipoli
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E1 5c **41
16Mandalay
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HVS 5a 13
17Western Ridge Direct (Bosigran Ridge Area)VD 3

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