Climbs 59
Rocktype Gneiss
Altitude 50m a.s.l
Faces SW

Midsummer everlasting evening cragging © Robert Durran

Crag features

A collection of roadside gneiss outcrops in a beautiful location. There are numerous other outcrops nearby.

Approach notes

Accessed from the obvious car park opposite the bay.

Watch out for ticks here. Several of us picked up ticks after only a short time climbing near the car park.
TizzyA - 17/Jul/16
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Climbs at this crag

Climb name Grade
 Car Park Area 
2Shadow
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S 4a 12
 Very Difficult Slab 
4Gneiss and Easy
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VS 4c *28
5Double Matured
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VS 4c 14
6Odd One OutVS 4c 1
7Cask Conditioned
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HVS 5a *24
8Two Minute Slab
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VD 27
9Small but Perfectly Formed
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VD *60
10Root Beer
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E2 5b **31
11Five Minute Crack
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VD 40
12Barrel of Fun
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E2 5c 9
13Flaky Wall
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VD 28
14Coffin Dodgers Eliminate
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HVS 5a 3
15Gneiss Groove
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VD 43
16Decommissioned Arms
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E1 5b 5
17Synoptical
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VS 4b 1
18Unknown (VS 4c) - Triangular Slab Side WallVS 4c 1
 Triangular Slab 
20Double Vision
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VS 4c 2
21One Scoop or TwoVS 4c 3
22Something Completely Different
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E1 5c 1
23GneissVS 4c *49
24Atlantic PillarHS 4b 16
25The Dundee Dram
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VS 4c 6
26The Saloon of Life
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E2 5b **4
27Chokestone GullyD 3
28StaircaseVD 15
 Optic Wall 
 Lower Tier 
 Molly's Ridge 
32GneisserVS 4c 45
33Cerebral Harmer
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E3 5b * 
34Molly's RidgeD 2
35GneissestVS 4c *64
36Something Karma
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VD 1
 Flake Buttress 
38Welly or Wonty
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HS  
39Pothole Slab
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VD 6
40Tuppenny Tipple
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VS 4b  
41Serial Farmer
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VS 4c 1
42Flake ChimneyVD 2
43Gneiss as PieVS 4c 14
44Slippery N ipple
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HVS 5a *5
45Farmer Giles
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VS 4c 2
46Bisection CrackVS 5a 7
47The Parting Glass
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E1 5b *7
48Winter Park
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HVS 5b 3
 Inverianvie Crag 
50Temporary Beauty
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VS 5a **8
 Yellow Wall 
52Not BadVD 31
53Lock-in
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E1 5b  
54The Wee Jumper
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E3 5c  
55Predator
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E3 5c  
56Still GneissVD 1
57Shaky BusinessE1 5b *3
58Bloomsday
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E5 6a * 
 The Bayview Wall 
 The Side Wall 
61Gill
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S 4a *5
62PerihelionS 4a 3
63Black Wall SpecialHS 4b *1

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