About Pentire Head(OS):
The great wall here is perhaps the finest piece of rock in the south west of England. The situation, escapable and not tidal, can still be desparate if you arms are not up to it. The rock is very good, and most routes protect very well. Best on a good summer's day, can be a little chilly with a cold north wind.
|Nearest town or city:||Padstow|
|Directions:||OS 200 GR SW 924 805 Alt. 79m
6 miles north of Padstow, 12 miles NW of Wadebridge. Where the B3314 turns right from Wadebridge, continue straight to Portquin and then follow the signs to Polzeath. Then on to Pentire Farm where near the point there is a car park. A ten minute walk leads north to the cliff.
|Latitude, Longitude:||50.58668, -4.93308|
|When to Climb:||Update|
|Quantity of Climbs:||Lifetime|