A steep, south-facing wall situated directly below the south side of the ridge containing the Baftery and on the north side of the large, open gully that terminates Landing Craft Bay.
From the Baftery, descend in a south-westerly direction over broken ground to a point some 25 metres above the sea. A short abseil from good block belays leads to boulders at the base of the cliff. The right-hand side of the cliff is barely tidal, whilst the central area is accessible for two hours either side of low tide. The left-hand side requires an extremely low tide. An alternative but potentially more hazardous approach is to descend the large open gully to the south of the Baftery.
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the cullinan 5.11 6c+ 23 VIII- E4 5c International : United Kingdom : ... : The Battery Cliff
from near the start of double diamond pull over an overhang, traverse right, rising slightly, to a line of flakes 2.metres left of the arete. Follow these to a prominent hollow-sounding flake and runners. Move up and rightwards, over a small overlap, and follow the left side of the arete to a sloping ledge. Step out left onto the slab and follow it to the summit...[more] Browse More Classics in International
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