ST. LOY


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.

Routes

Graded List of Routes
List of First Ascents
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Buttress (click for routes) No. of Routes Route Type Sunshine
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St. Loy Routes
Remote and beautifully positioned well above the sea, the main face of St. Loy is a challenging,...
3
Trad
Sun and shade
Up and down

40 mins

sheltered
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