TREWAVAS HEAD


Trewavas Head is a small, granite crag that has a number of popular climbs, set high above the clutches of the sea. Although not strictly on the Lizard, its position, close to the town of Helston, puts it within easy striking distance of the routes further to the south. Trewavas Head is a reliable spot to search out if a gale is blowing from the north or the sea is too rough.

Routes

7 trad routes (S...E2)
Graded List of Routes
List of First Ascents
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Trewavas Head Routes
The section of Trewavas Head described here is the most significant and has a number of very...
7
Trad
Afternoon sun
Up and down

20 mins

sheltered
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