Altitude 5m a.s.l
A really pleasant place to climb at Brean, avoiding the frightening trad, power screaming sport dudes and the banality of the holiday makers at the beach crags. A series of 10m high walls giving peaceful, esoteric climbing on rock that although not perfect in quality is much better than appearances suggest. Low to medium grades are mainly catered for (with some harder frighteners as well), perfect for pottering and no more than a straightforward ten minute stroll from the car park.
Park and approach as for Brean Beach Crags but keep walking beyond The Boulder Cove.
No guides found for this crag
|Looks like there's good bouldering potential here. Did a lovely easy overhanging traverse on big holds, about 5a maybe but there looks to be harder stuff as well|
sheelba - 07/Sep/14
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