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Zennor Cliff

Cornwall, ENGLAND

Climbs 23 – Rocktype Killas slate – Altitude 20m a.s.l – Faces W

Crag features
Single and multi-pitch routes up to 240+ ft. Rock is some greenstone, some killas slate. Some of the rock should be treated with carebut generally has good holds and protection. Amazing exposure on the lower cliff. Most routes below E1; try Zennorphobia (HVS) and Rosebud in June (HVS 5a).

Weather forecast

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0.5mm rain
Cloudy
11 °C
31 kph

1.5mm rain
Cloudy
12 °C
15 kph

2.9mm rain
Mainly cloudy
11 °C
33 kph

0.5mm rain
Sun
11 °C
25 kph

0.0mm rain
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12 °C
31 kph
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Guidebooks
West Country Climbs (2010), West Cornwall & Supplement (2000),
Out of print: Bosigran and the North Coast (1991)

Climbs at this crag

Sort climbs
 Climb nameGradex
1The RumblesS 4b 2
2The BumblesVS 5a 3
3Cross Town TrafficHS 4b 6
4GreensleevesS 4a 11
51923 RouteVD 15
6Rosebud in JuneHVS 5a **68
7Blind FurryE2 5b 4
8The Royal ForesterVS 4c *102
 Climb nameGradex
9Blind FuryE1 5b 6
10Sheep Crook, Black DogVS 4c 20
11Climb To The SunHVS 4c *4
12GlockspudS  
13Avoided IssueS 4a  
14Paper MoonVS 1
15ZennorphobiaHVS 4c *1
Access notes
Non-tidal but beware swell on lower cliff.

>From Zennor village, follow the lane (right of way) between the church and pub. Take the coast path twds St Ives: the cliff is by a group of rocks with a memorial plaque.

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I had my only leader fall to date at this crag, on the VS 4c Sheep Dog Black Crag (or something like that), near the R end (looking in) of the upper crag. A hold came off when I tried to lunge past the first break. You get a rapidly developed sense of exposure when you climb on the other routes on this cliff. A few feet above the narrowish grassy ledge from which you start and you become aware of the big black hole beneath you. The landlord at the Tinners Arms in Zennor is now a very nice man, which is a very welcome change from the surly unpleasant git that was there a few years ago
mbh at work - 08/Aug/03