Gull Rock - Marsland

North Devon Coast

Not high - routes up to 120ft - but interesting, sunny and near a family beach (Welcombe Beach). Slabby routes. Easily the best is Walking On The Moon (HVS 5a). 26/3/2011 Abseil pegs in poor condition, in situ back up rope seen better dasy if anyone goin that way could replace it great! Peg in argaunout now dead as is peg in crazy streak/ousieux, lead boots pegs so soIntermediate Warning: A serious accident occurred on this crag in May 2015. The reasons have not been established so until the cause is known please take care on route selection and when abseiling.

Crag information
Climbing Area: South West & Southern Rock Type: Culm
Importance: CRoW Land: No
Ownership: Unknown No. of Routes: 48
Within National Park: No Year Developed:
Grid Reference: SS205171

Parking and Approach

Tidal in many parts, though the central slab should be uncovered at high water.Reached either by traversing from Welcombe Beach (low tide) or Marsland Mouth. Or scramble down the headland by a faint path to the top of the promontory, and abseil (pegs in situ).
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