West Country Climbs is a major Rockfax guide to one of the UK’s most celebrated, sunny and diverse climbing regions. The book is fashioned in Rockfax’s award-winning layout and design, and copiously illustrated with action photographs of the climbs and cliffs that reflect the quality and variety of climbing experiences to be had on offer in the UK’s most popular holiday destination - the West Country.
This is a selected route and buttress guidebook which covers the best 900 routes from the crags listed below.
I went to the bouldering wall here and it was really nice, good quality rock. But I did walk all over the tor and there are numerous large blocks and walls that I think could be developed. Some look clean like they are climbed. But are none of them documented? apwebber - 29/Mar/19
Plymouth University's Climbing Club (named Adventure and Expo) will be setting up top ropes here on the 10th and 11th of October in an effort to get more people into climbing! Just a heads up that the crag will be busy on those days miltonwakefield - 22/Sep/15
Max it looks like Barking Variation VDiff. See the link above from the South Devon Mountaineering Club and it seems to be illustrated on their topo. andrea83 - 12/May/13
Between Dandelion and Barking crack there is a leftward slanting flake. I would say about Severe grade. It is not on UKC or in the Cordee guide book. Anybody know if it has a name? Seems to obvious a feature not to. Max Streeton - 03/Dec/12
The 'Windgather' of Devon, Polished..... SGD - 18/Sep/11
Seems to be significantly more polished then when I first climbed here (2004ish), not surprising really considering its popularity. Phil79 - 08/Jun/09