West Promontory Corner

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West Promontory Corner
Rock Type Natural Carboniferous Limestone
Climbing Style Trad
Approach Time
Area Gower
Sub Area Shire Combe to Southgate
Geodata
WGS-84 Location 51.565272, -4.095296
OS Grid Ref. SS 548 872
WGS-84 Parking Location 51.566835, -4.087865
GR Parking Location SS 553873
Parking Postcode SA3 2DH
Base Elevation 6 metres (Other)
General Info
Faces Direction South West
Aspect
Wind Sheltered
Climbing Type
Seepage
Tidal
Before/After Low Tide 2.0 hours (See Note)
Crags Within 400m

Foxhole Cove, Ravens Cliff Gully, Watch House East, Watch House Slab, West Promontory Corner, White Cove, White Edge



TIDAL STATUS

2 hours either side of low water.

BOLTING POLICY

No bolting.

THE ROUTES

In the centre of the bay containing Watch House Crag is a promontory of rock jutting out in the sea. There are some routes located in a short corner where the promontary hits the shoreline, on its west (left when facing inland).


1. V Crack 12m S,4a *

An awkard yet enjoyable little number, well worth seeking out. The obvious corner crack, with a shelf at 2m. Stay in the corner!

J.Talbot, B.Talbot 00.00.1965


2. Broken Wall 12m M

The vague groove right of V Crack and the subsequent slab.

J.Talbot, B.Talbot 00.00.1965