/ ARTICLE: Sea Cliff Climbing Safety
The UK is almost unique in the sheer variety of sea cliff climbing it has. Whether you are having your first adventure on Sennen Cove's single pitch granite cliffs or making an ascent of your 100th route at the much more serious Gogarth, all sea cliffs have a few things in common in terms of added risks involved. This article is about how to become more aware of the maritime environment and how you can help yourself quite literally to avoid jumping in at the deep end.
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