Altitude 9m a.s.l
Liam walking at Ti Point © Callum Copley
On the approach to the route climbing cliff at Ti Point you will walk past many boulders, which now have been climbed on for about 30 years. The rock is basalt and is very clean but can be a bit sharp and snappy in places. Most of the boulders have flat sandy landings. Most of the problems are only about 5 min walk from the car park, some others are at the end of the path, just about 25m across from the main cliff.
Photo topo's for some of the boulder problems are available on: wwww.red-tips.com
The bouldering can easily be seen on approach to the main cliff. The car park is big and there is public toilets.
No guides found for this crag
|Ti point is a little East of the location pin on the map.
Some of the routes were entered a while back here
Matt crawford - 02/Jan/12
|Thanks for the person who updated it. Do you know if the lines i climbed have been done before?, if you cantact me i can send you some pictures of the lines i did.|
Liam Copley - 03/Jan/09
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