About Baggy Point(OS):
This is probably the most popular crag on the Devon Coast, and offers excellent climbing on solid, reliable rock. The area consists of lots of slabs reaching 300 feet in places, with about 60 routes in all grades, but trending more towards VS and upwards. The routes are occasionally sparsely protected, but not really dangerous. Always keep an eye on the incoming tide, and on a sunny day, you will have an outstanding climbing experience.
|Nearest town or city:||Barnstaple|
|Directions:||OS 180 GR SW 419 406 Alt. 13m
15 miles WNW of Barnstaple. Take the A361 to Braunton, then the B3231 to Croyde. Here a small road leads off to the point, where you can park in the National Trust car park, which can get busy in the height of summer. The cliffs are a short walk from here.
Plenty of camping at Croyd. I recommend "Cherry Tree Farm" at SS 439 397
|Latitude, Longitude:||50.20841, -5.61780|
|When to Climb:||Update|
|Quantity of Climbs:||Year|
|SequenceSequence numbers indicate the left (L) to right (R) order of the routes.||Rating||Route||Difficulty||Ascents|