CHEYNE CLIFF


The biggest crag in the area is Cheyne Cliff, which looks scruffy and unstable from a distance, but in fact harbours some fine flowstone faces and orange coral. The routes here are mostly for the fitter climber looking for fingery stamina-tests. The main section is a superb wall, covered in fantastic flowstone and orange coral sheets. The harder routes have been used for training purposes and many variations have been done over time.

Routes

Graded List of Routes
List of First Ascents
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Buttress (click for routes) No. of Routes Route Type Sunshine
or shade
Approach walk Other
The Nook
A tiny, wedged-shaped wall perched above the large neighbouring cliff. It has a number of short...
8
Sport
Sun and shade
Level

2 mins

sheltered
Coralized Area
The massive wall encountered first on the approach is encrusted with orange flowstone and has a few...
5
Sport
Sun and shade
Downhill

10 mins

sheltered
Road Rage Area
A great section of cliff for a clear winter's morning, or when a screaming westerly is blowing, or...
18
Sport
Sun and shade
Downhill

10 mins

sheltered
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