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Carn Gowla Rock Climbing
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|Shared By:||Nick Russell on Sep 1, 2013|
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The cliffs of St. Agnes Head, collectively known as Carn Gowla offer some of the best sea cliff climbing in Cornwall, even the whole UK. Home to some routes with a reputation: the awesome corner line of Mercury Direct, the intimidating slab on America and it's partner Guernica, but never crowded. You're unlikely to see another party here, much less a queue for routes!
Leave the A30 for the B3277 to St. Agnes. Just as you enter the town, take a left (Goonvrea Road) and then a right onto Beacon Drive. After the camping/caravan site there is a road left heading towards the coast and a coastguard lookout. Several parking areas are found at the end of this road.
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