Breeches Rock East Lothian, SCOTLAND
Climbs 4 – Rocktype Sandstone (hard) – Altitude Tidal – Faces all
Two seastacks, the Breeches Rock and Breeches Arch, approximately 1 km north up the coast from Burnmouth. Descent from Breeches Rock is via abseil from in-situ tat and descent from Breeches Arch is by a scramble down the seaward side (maybe tricky getting back to land at low tide).
See the lowland outcrops section of the SMC new climbs list 2006 (http://www.smc.org.uk/Downloads/NewClimbs2006.pdf) for details of routes not listed in the guidebook.
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