Climbs 20
Rocktype Granite
Altitude 93m a.s.l
Faces W

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Go Shorty E2 5c Rosemergy Towers © JWB

Crag features

The towers are easily accessible granite outcrops with entertaining short climbs only metres from the coast path.

Approach notes

Approach from the small car park with the square granite building (once toilets, now abandoned) on the coast road halfway between Bosigran Count House and Morvah. Bear left across the road from the car park and take the path by the National Trust sign to a junction with the Coast Path. Turn right and go over the first rocky ridge. Rosemergy Towers with the distinctive Hard Times slab are visible 300m ahead and just below the Coast Path. Continue along the Coast Path until abreast of the towers; then strike left and follow a path down through heather and gorse until below the outcrop.

This page is a mess, all the routes are in the wrong order, maybe the mod could tidy it up a bit?
Tom Last - 16/Mar/11
Classic spot for beginners with a nice variety of climbs. Great top rope area with some good problems. Hard Times is fantastic *, but by far our favourite is Go Shorty ** which has a strenuous stretchy move to finish. Photo's to follow soon. Quiet and picturesque spot for a chilled out day.
Vaughan Try - 28/May/03
Nice little crag, never seen anyone else there. Brilliant E1 5c called "hard times" on a steep slab, hard moves and gear in expanding breaks. Amazing
Richard Barson - 05/Oct/02
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