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Trevowhan Cliff

Cornwall, ENGLAND

Climbs 15 – Rocktype Granite – Altitude Tidal – Faces NW

Crag features
Beautiful area, though can be damp from seepage and sea spray, with steep grass at top which can make an extra rope from the belay (to reach directly after topping out) advisable. Some loose rock, and open mine shafts in ground on R of wire fence (the side with one wall of a ruined building). Adventure climbs up to 150ft.

Access notes
Tidal in most areas.

Birds -including some protected species - nest here from spring to early summer but there is no official bird ban.

Approach as for Whirl Pool Buttress to the coast path: then head W for 0.25mi to a boggy area with paving stones. Follow the path down rocky steps and head for a promontory, where the multiple parts of the cliff should be visible.

Weather forecast

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6.4mm rain
Mainly cloudy
19 °C
16 kph

0.0mm rain
Sun
18 °C
28 kph

0.1mm rain
Mainly cloudy
16 °C
28 kph

0.0mm rain
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17 °C
20 kph

0.0mm rain
Sun
18 °C
18 kph
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Guidebooks
West Cornwall & Supplement (2000),
Out of print: Bosigran and the North Coast (1991)

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