About Lands End:
The western most point of England is made of hard wearing granite, but even so, the rock on the peninsula tip can vary greatly. A lot of the rock is very good and sound; in other parts it can be suspect and should be handled with care. The cliffs are battered by strong winds, as you will be if you get stuck here. The cliffs open straight into the Atlantic Ocean and great care should always be taken. The cliffs themselves are sun traps and are warm even in the cold winter months. The cliffs have over 100 climbs and have the largest granite walls in the area, up to 300 feet from the high tide mark. All grades from Diff to E7 are covered here, with some very technically demanding routes also. Definately worth a visit.
|Nearest town or city:||Trevescan|
|Directions:||OS 203 GR SW 342 252 Alt. 49m
Drive to the left end of England and park! Walk to the north end of the hotel and the crags will be below you!!!
Camping at SX 357 250
|Latitude, Longitude:||50.06677, -5.71476|
|When to Climb:||Update|
|Quantity of Climbs:||Lifetime|