Altitude 12m a.s.l
Slipshod belaying © phantom whistler
Short Steep Routes where gear requires a little though in places. Quite hard if damp and in rough seas the ledges can become a little sea washed but are generally OK. Wonderful relaxed spot away from the crowds.
Head west up and over Winspit quarry and along the coast path passing a stone seat on the headland for approx 400m, passing a narrowing bushy part of the path until you reach the start of some wooden fence post on the left. Descend a small vegitated slope for 10m until the semi-vegitated topout ledge on left-hand side appears. There is a large pointed boulder and a good thread on the loose looking back wall. The abseil desecent is down the line of Query at the right-hand end of the ledge (looking out to sea). There are two abseil stakes (one rusty) which appear OK at the far left-hand end above the route The Corner.
Other routes can belay from the abseil boulder, the stakes or good nuts in the back wall - just look carefully as it's quite loose in places.
|The loose block in the exit groove of "Dorset Non-Rhyming Slang" (mentioned in the old CC guide description) is no longer there, after being inadvertently trundled on 28.06.13 ...nobody was injured :-)|
The Ivanator - 02/Jul/13
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