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Climbs 26 – Rocktype Culm – Altitude 10m a.s.l – Faces N

Crag features
A fine crag, if hard to reach. Single- and multi-pitch routes up to 170ft with the best routes on perfect rock. Highly recommended: Hand Job (E1 5b), Shadow Walker (E3 5c) and Cat Burglar (E4 5c).

Access notes
Abseil access: nut placements required (good ones available).

>From Mouth Mill (as for Blackchurch) walk along the coast path. Or drive to Fatacott Farm (SS 268 269) and ask the farmer's permission to park - don't assume it. (Tractors are big things.) Take a track over a field and over two stile to join the coastal path near a trig point, go E for 0.5mi (four more stiles).

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North Devon and Cornwall (2000), Javu website new routes,
Out of print: North Devon and Cornwall (1988)

Climbs at this crag

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 Climb nameGradex
1Smooth OperatorE4 6a * 
2Tactical RetreatVS 4c 1
3Culm DancingE3 5c **2
4Shadow WalkerE3 6a ***4
5Sheepdog Trails in BabylonE2 5c 3
6RatcatcherHS 4b  
7Nasty Little Bags of PoisonHVS 5b  
8Haunted by HoodoosE6 6b  
9Rasta CollieE2 5c * 
10Dog BurglarE4 6a  
11Cat BurglarE4 6a **5
12The OutlawE4 6a 1
13Decadent DaysM  
 Climb nameGradex
14Second SightE1 5a  
15DresdenE2 5a  
16Choreographic VariantE2 5b * 
17The Ex-man ComethE7 6c *** 
18Formation FlyingE3 5c  
19Hand JobE1 5b **4
20Iron FistE3 5c **2
21Umbra CrackE3 5c  
22NomadHVS 4c  
23DanzigE1 5a  
25Chase the DragonE3 5c * 
26Reefer MadnessE1 5b * 
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Details of the new approach etc can be found at Dave Henderson's website.
Mark Kemball - 13/Jan/06