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Identical to the granite at the Traderg Wall and nearby zawns, the rock is slightly steeper and some care needs to be taken as the rock is quite friable in places.
Approach: Take the second turn left off the main road after the lake, follow this road until your car can’t go any further then walk along the track until you reach a secluded cove. From here take the obvious path to the very end of the peninsula where you reach a beach. The crag (south facing) can be seen a further 200m beyond the beach.
The wall is roughly 50m long, up to 15m high and is seperated by a narrow sea inlet at its base. The "Manchurian Reprobate" takes the obvious left facing corner in the middle of the crag. Approach for routes via abseil at high tide or a low tide boulder hop.
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