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Altitude 3m a.s.l
A small, safe DWS cliff, near Polridmouth Beach. Good fun if you live locally or are on holiday in the area. Not worth travelling for.
Climbing only possible on a low tide.
From Polridmouth, head south for about half a mile, to pass the wooded clifftop, until the first large watery cove is reached. The cove is easily identified by a large rock that looks like a pig at the back. The obvious DWS cliff is a bit of a giveaway too.
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