Telegraph Hole

South Devon

Secluded sun-trap, dries quickly after rain. The main cliff is an amazing slab. Why not try Crinoid (E1 5b), Flash Dance (E3 5c) and Blinding Flash (E4 6a). Beware that some of the old pegs on the main wall are rusty!

Crag information
Climbing Area: South West & Southern Rock Type: Limestone
Importance: CRoW Land: No
Ownership: Unknown No. of Routes: 33
Within National Park: No Year Developed:
Grid Reference: SX925626

Parking and Approach

Drive towards the centre of Torquay, heading for the harbour. Go around this, passing a clocktower-roundabout, drive up past the Imperial Hotel, and follow signs fofr Daddyhole Plain (on Daddyhole Road). These head to a car park with views across the bay towards Berry Head Quarry.Follow the path from the RH end of the car park (looking seaward) under an arch. 30m on, a vague path leads L through some bushes toward the sea. Keep going down the path to a quarried wall; climb over this to a rocky rib, and follow to the quarry floor.
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