This is a small zawn below a prominent cave, which lies about 100m east of White Cove and 150m west of White Edge. The base of the zawn can be reached by an easy scramble down its western flank, or via the waterworn chute in its centre. The west wall is a slabby pillar near the back of the zawn, the east wall consists of a seaward and a landward pillar, split by a chimney (easy descent).
Gower & South-East Wales (2004)
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