Baggy's sea-cliffs are mostly south-facing slabs with lots of sun. Rock quality is generally very good, though some finishes are grassy and loose. The range of the tides in this area is very wide, so careful planning is needed to avoid a soaking, or worse.
Take the coastal path from parking at Croyde Bay (20 minutes)
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A sustained finger-crack, though with lots of good rests.The big ledge from which routes on Long Rock Slab start is 25' above the beach at low tide but is wave-washed at high tide - so if you don't get a move on your belayer will be very unhappy....[more] Browse More Classics in International
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