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Rocktype Mica schist
The Cull on the Lizard, the first ascent in 1986. © Steve Bell
Steep walls and zawns, with good routes up to 120ft. Notable for Halleys Corner (HS 4a), Dawn (E4 5c) and the remarkable Lazarus (E7 6c). The Cull, E2 5b is a local classic.
Tidal - base of most routes accessible at low tides.
From the Housel Bay Hotel (SW 705 121)head about 300m E. Notable for its overhanging main wall, just E of the coastguard station (which has an emergency phone).
|The Cull is a superb soft touch E3, and its neigbhour Dawn is a fine soft touch E4. Worth a visit just for those two routes alone.|
Al Evans - 08/May/08
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