Kenidjack's Main Cliff is an impressive sweep of killas slate that glows a golden brown in the sun and has a number of fine and challenging wall climbs that pick their way up the subtly featured face. The rock on the whole is good, although protection is not always close at hand. The base of the crag is sunny, sheltered and non-tidal, making it a good place to head for in windy weather.
From St. Just, drive north 0.3 miles to Nancherrow and, at the bottom of a dip in the road, turn left onto a narrow road. Drive along the road until it becomes unsurfaced - ignoring left turns - continue until a slight hill is encountered and a parking bay on the right. Park here (or carefully a little further on).
Walk up the track and take the left fork at a junction. Follow the track and footpath until it rounds a bend and two small quarried bays and a lone small pointed boulder mark the start of the descent to the Main Cliff. The other buttresses are located nearby.