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A small cliff of sedimentary shaley schisty stuff with quartz nubbins. A fin sticking into the beach by the river mouth. Mid to low tide. All the problems to date done as boulder problems. These finish half way up the crag so you could take gear and go for the full lead... you'd be an idiot to try but you could.
Park at Bigbury-on-Sea (few free spaces by the slipway, lots of pay spaces by Burgh Island - free after 6pm). Walk east round into the river mouth. It's the second fin.
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