This is the first cove gained when traversing the beach east from the foot of the path from the car park at Rhossilli. It can be gained up to 3-4 hours before low tide.
1. Stuart’s Line LH finish (6c) ★
Takes the hard finale out.
2. Stuart’s Line (6c+) ★★
A good introduction to the steep climbing hereabouts.
3. Mutiny Crack E4 6a ★
The leaning crack via an alcove.
4. Wrecking Ball (7b) ★★
A thin crack and steep climbing leads to a complex finish.
5. Attrition E5 6a ★
The leaning right to left crack has an even steeper finale.
6. Marine Layer (7a+) ★★★
A fine and complex pitch with some great climbing.
7. One Ton Depot (7b+) ★★★
A brilliant route with sustained climbing, some good shakeouts and a crux finale.
8. Vennerne (7c+) ★★★
Another classic with a definite boulder problem overlap but plenty above and below.
9. Air Show (8a+) ★★★
A wild stamina fest with some hard moves as well.
10. Helvetia (8b+) ★★★
hard at the bottom and doesn’t let up to the top.
11. Delta Dagger (8a) ★★
Steep, good holds and complex.
12. Cannonade (7c+) ★★
knee bars, a low crux and a difficult move over the lip.
Achilles’ Wrath (8b) ★★★
The obvious line of bolts leftwards through the overlap. Wear your knee pads!
King George vs the Suffragettes (7a+) ★★
A hard start and some impressive moves through the roofs.
1. Blockiness (6c+) ★★★
A fantastic route featuring steep climbing mostly on jugs.
2. Sandman (6b) ★ This follows the groove line. So named because of the sand that can trickle down the corner.
3. Par 3 (6c) ★★ The steep wall has some good shake outs.
4. John’s Route (6b) ★★
Passes the small cave on the L side.
5. First Handout (6a+) ★
Climbs up a ramp and through a niche to the belay.
6. Hand Shandy / Make a Splash (6a+)