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Remote and beautifully positioned well above the sea, the main face of St. Loy is a challenging, just off the vertical, wall of rounded granite. The climbing is superb but the protection on the harder lines is some of the worst and taking to the air is not recommended. Although the approach is a relatively long one, the scenery on view from the coast path is charming.
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Popular and well-protected climbing taking on the large flakes and cracks up the left side of the main wall. Well worth the...
Immaculate granite climbing and a stunning line is tempered by serious situations. Start as for Chlorophyll Cluster.Follow...
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A stiff first pitch contrasts with a death-defying unprotected second. Start below a thin, left-facing flake right of the main...