Rocktype Killas slate
Altitude 15m a.s.l
Climber Roger Mitchell © Pete Jones
Generally sound rock though with minor looseness in some places. Single- and multi-pitch routes up to 250ft, though most are shorter. None is a classic in its own right but the general experience could fill many days.
Most routes start above the high water mark, but beware heavy swells and rough seas.
From Trewallard Village, take the Levant Rd (the narrow road to the coast from opposite the Trewellard Inn car park). The road ends after 0.5mi and a rough track curves R in line with two mine stacks. The track is blocked by boulders. Parking here may be hard - consider whether it's the best place to leave your car too.
Walk along the track to the second stack, then over rough ground to a third stack above a large stepped face quarried into the land. 100ft below and to the R (facing out) is a platform, convenient for rucksacks. A gully leads down to the base.
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