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Jenny Bentley seconding Hope (Severe), Redhythe Point © Stuart S
A pleasant low grade venue, with some very soft grading. The rock is not perfect, but is sound enough. A good place to solo.
High tide affects some routes, but most are accessible via low level traverses.
|This is a sea cliff in miniature! Really pleasant spot, easy access, would be a great place to practice abseil/ropes/rockhopping before heading for big stuff elsewhere.
ACCESS: The guidebook directions are based on the outdoor swimming pool. Sadly the pool is now closed, and the road signs are no longer there. From the housing estate at the West end of the village, take Park Road and follow your nose to the clifftop parking area|
sarah hawker - 15/Jul/15
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