An adventurous route, combining reasonable climbing with some serious positions. 60m ropes allow a tree belay to be reached a long way above where the rock ends! Begin on the left side of the cavern. Climb the rounded crack/chimney to a ledge. Move up the corner-crack and from a peg at 6m up the corner trverse out right to the arete. Move up the arete and then head back leftwards to rejoin the corner-crack. Climb direct to the end of the rock and then scramble up a long way to a tree belay. © Rockfax
UKC Logbook Description
One of the most striking lines visible from the beach when approaching the cliffs.
Climb the chimney below the slab to a possble belay on ledges on the left.
Climb the slab to a peg, then take a curving line away from the corner and back to join it near the top. Belay miles back.
South West Climbs - Pat Littlejohn (1st Ed.)
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