Altitude 15m a.s.l
Penally West is the area west of the range boundary fence and encompasses the beautiful Becks Bay, best savoured around low tide, when these unusual water-worn cliffs expose their hidden secrets. The slabs further west contain a plethora of delightful easier-angled climbs, many ideal for beginners, while the impressive Bubbleton Crag nearer the range boundary contains some rather obscure and harder climbs.
The climbing can be accessed at all times from the parking point on the grass verge on the A4139.
For the westernmost areas an alternative approach is from the National Trust car park on Lydstep Head and then walking across the beach in front of the holiday park.
|Nice friendly crag, abseil approach but otherwise a nice place for relatively new climbers.|
dunnyg - 03/May/17
|ROCKFALLS following storms of February 2014.
1. Fallen boulders suspended in the decent scramble.
2. East Corner II has fallen down (East Corner I is also affected)
3. The base of the hanging slab on 'Oh for the wings of...' has fallen down affecting that route, the direct version, East Crack and Little Spacewalk.|
Ed morris - 04/Mar/14
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