Climbs 29
Rocktype Limestone
Altitude 10m a.s.l
Faces SE

Crag features

Although the cliffs here are of a lesser stature than elsewhere, the beach is of unsurpassed beauty, and a variety of small coves and zawns provide a very pleasant and sheltered place to climb, having an easterly aspect. There are some characterful little routes worth hunting out which tnd to be nestled amongst some popular fishing spots.

Approach notes

The easiest access to this area is from the large National Trust car park at Stackpole Quay. Walk behind the toilets/tearooms and follow the coastal path south up the steps into the field at the top.

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Climbs at this crag

Climb name Grade
  Barafundle Zawn
2 Should be Surfing
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E2 5b  
3 Convalescence
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E3 5c  
4 Booster
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E1 5b  
5 Dog's Crack
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VS 4c  
6 Finders Keepers
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VS 4c 3
  Barafundle North Bays
8 Not This One
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D  
9 The Punchline
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E2 5b/c 2
10 Quarry Corner
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HVS 4b 2
11 Queen of Stones
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HVS 5a/b 2
Climb name Grade
12 Sea of Buckets
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D 2
13 Lot's Left
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HVS 4c 2
14 Another Corner
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HS 4a/b 2
15 Dangermouse and Penfro
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E6 6c  
  Stackpole Quay: Fisherman's Ridge
17 Harp
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HVS 5a  
18 Sharp
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E1 5a  
19 Lager
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HVS 5a  
20 Barbican
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HVS 5a  
  Stackpole Quay: Fisherman's Slabs
22 Hot Seat S  
Climb name Grade
23 The Chopper
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HS 4b  
24 The Key
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E1 5b *  
25 The Needle
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E1 5a * 1
26 The Lock
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HVS 4c 2
27 Sunlight Causes Rancidity
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VS 4c 6
28 Bring Me Sunshine HS 4a  
29 She's Not Heavy They're My Big Bros
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E1 4c 2
30 Barnacle Ben
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D 1
31 Life in the Old Fossil HVS 4c  
32 Weed
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VD 3
33 Barnacle Bill
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M 3

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