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Zennor Cliff is a small but useful crag being located well above the sea away from any tide problems. It has a couple of good mid-grade routes which are worth stopping by for, especially if the weather is a bit rough.
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|Rosebud in June|
Sustained and pleasant climbing with a well-positioned top crack. The first 9m are not well-protected. Start at a good nut...
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|The Royal Forester|
Steep and varied climbing with good protection. Start at the base of a clean, narrow corner. Climb the narrow corner to the...