|Rock Type||Natural Carboniferous Limestone|
|Approach Time||20 minutes|
|Sub Area||Thurba to Overton|
|WGS-84 Location||51.542067, -4.230999|
|OS Grid Ref.||SS 453 849|
|WGS-84 Parking Location||51.54486, -4.220247|
|GR Parking Location||SS 446 871|
|Parking Postcode||SA3 1NR|
|Base Elevation||30 metres (Other)|
|Crags Within a Half Mile.|
A minor and rather scrappy cliff with little of interest 150m west of Overton Cliff.
From Overton village green, follow the road south-westward to a large gate where the road becomes a track (bridal path). Follow the track westwards for about a half-mile and then go through a metal kissing-gate. (12 minutes).
Follow the path downwards for about 90m and then turn left at a signpost. Follow the path downwards for about 90m and turn left.
Take this path down towards the sea for about 380 metres. Longhole Cliff will be on your right.
Descend down a gully to the west (left) of the crag.
- Guano Groove 15m D
A wide groove near the west end of the cliff to its highest point.
- Crack ‘N’ Up 15m S,4b
Cracked left wall of obvious corner at east end of cliff. Start and finish direct.
- Guano Groove - J.Robinson, solo 15.02.1997
- Crack ‘N’ Up - J.Robinson, C.Shorrock 15.02.1997