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The Exmoor Coast Traverse from Goat Rock (Foreland) to Combe Martin. Some committing if not especially difficult climbing, wading and accidental or deliberate swimming are interspersed with mind-numbingly tedious, awkward and apparently interminable boulder hopping through the world's second highest tidal range. The scenery is spectacular, the positions often oppressive and intimidating. Ice axes, a good buoyancy aid and flares are strongly recommended. Jellyfish and seals can prove amusing or terrifying depending on your mental state on the route.

Clemmie Archer and Cyril Agar, 1950s. Cyril Manning (1960s, removing swims), Terry Cheek 1970s & 80s - first completely 'dry' ascent(s)..

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Great Western

Grade: VS 5a ***
(Chudleigh Rocks)