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Climbs 19
Rocktype UNKNOWN
Altitude 45m a.s.l
Faces all

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Left crack, Aldrick Gully © Shenandoah

Crag features

A variety of climbs from 10m Diffs to longer HVS, a couple of E1's, a hard bouldery route and for those willing to walk a bit further a very good steady E4.

Approach notes

No bird bans.
From the car park at Calf Sound cafe, follow the footpath which runs along the West coast for about half a mile to a viewpoint on the headland. The path then continues above a gully containing several good crack and wall problems and beneath an obvious slabby pinnacle.
The first major buttress lies a few yards left past the pinnacle, and lies below the path.
For access to Very Far Aldrick continue along the path for approximately 400 metres then look out for a metal abseil stake which is directly above Friends in High Places.

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