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On a dull, damp day it can be an intimidating place to climb, but get the conditions right and its towering walls explode into colour and shape to make for an unforgettable climbing experience. Although some routes require low tide the majority are possible at any tidal state.
The zawn is easy to identify, lying at the centre of Jenny's Cove and 100 metres south of Halfway Wall. Above the zawn stands the most southerly of a series of crystalline outcrops known as the Cheeses, the Cheesemite, from where a small, boggy stream runs down the slopes below into the north-east corner of the zawn. The zawn itself is very narrow and, not surprisingly, deep. Its high sidewalls (north and south) are steep and smooth, and plunge vertically into the sea. The back (east) wall forms a long, tapering slab undercut by a huge sea cave that disappears deep into the bowels of the island.
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