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Climbs 35
Rocktype Culm
Altitude Tidal
Faces W

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once upon a time in the south west © alexjz

Crag features

Possibly not going to be there long, so climb it while you can. It may be a good idea to take some pegs with you. And maybe a hammer. Don't bang too hard though.. The best route is Earth Rim Roamer II (E4 6a).

Approach notes

Accessible from either Hartland Pt or Hartland Quay by the coastal footpath; or drive to Berry Farm (SS 234 255) and walk along a path past an isolated house to the beach. The original Earth Rim Roamer is now a pile of boulders on the bottom of the crag.

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West Country Climbs

West Country Climbs is a major Rockfax guide to one of the UK’s most celebrated, sunny and diverse climbing regions. The book is fashioned in Rockfax’s award-winning layout and design, and copiously illustrated with action photographs of the climbs and cliffs that reflect the quality and variety of climbing experiences to be had on offer in the UK’s most popular holiday destination - the West Country. This is a selected route and buttress guidebook which covers the best 900 routes from the crags listed below.
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Out of print:
Alas, Earth Rim Roamer 2 is no more, and no sign of a 3rd version, yet.
Steve Findlay - 22/Jun/11
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