Crag database finally sorted out!! Including: Sub-dividing into the many buttresses, putting the routes in the right areas, adding the correct grades and stars, adding daggers that don't have enough information to locate/identify. Hopefully this is useful - please provide any updates to repeated climbs (a lot of climbs in the guide are daggered / unrepeated).
Arguably the best crag in Cornwall but also one of the most complicated, consisting of many separate areas with different abseil approaches and complicated buttress-finding on first acquaintances. A bit of persistent and patience will reveal a host of adventurous routes from single pitch slabs to epic multi-pitches weaving through overhangs. There are classic routes of all grades but due to the nature of the terrain, an experienced and sensible approach is recommended.
From St Agnes on the N coast follow the minor coast road to a turning on the R. Follow rough track to parking near the coastguard station. Due west are most of the buttresses, except 400m NE are Black Walls and America Buttress. Some areas are tidal and abseil approaches are usually required.