Discontinous line of low cliffs with bouldering and quite a few sports routes.
The rock is a young limestone, much like Portland.
Quite a few of the routes have hard starts and hard finishes with soft climbing in the middle.
Helmets may be a good idea as the rock can be crumbly in places.
It is tidal - exiting at high tide and could be soggy...
Bolted with staples - they look ok and have held falls!
Bouldering has seen a lot of development by James Squire, Rob Stanfield and Jack Bradbrook. With potential for a few more new problems here and there.
Park on bay road, follow a footpath leftwards and head down a set of narrow stairs towards a pebble beach. The main wall is presented on the left, with the doughnut caves requiring a scramble over rocks to the right.