South Coast - La Corbiere Corbiere Stack

Routes on this crag

Libra 21m (69ft)

Start below a short corner 8 feet left of the cave. Climb the corner (crux) to the arête, then follow this with ease.

Footloose 15m (49ft)

Gain the ledge right of the cave. Make a delicate move to the lower of the leftward trending cracks. Continue to the arête and finish up this.

Rufous 15m (49ft)

Hard but well protected. Start as for Footloose, but climb the second crackline which is undercut at the bottom, and leads through a small roof to the…

Emma  28m (92ft)

Follow the obvious ramp them up to the summit.

Emma Variation 28m (92ft)

Leave the ramp to climb the small roof.

Harlequin 23m (75ft)

Start at the left hand end of the black ledge to the right. Climb the arête to a small triangular overhang. Move right around the edge to…

Masquerade 23m (75ft)

Climb directly up the wall 12 feet right of the arête.

Tumble 25m (82ft)

The crack system 10 feet to the right, then the corner to a ramp

Gelert’s Groove 18m (59ft)

To the right is a horizontal sharp edge. Climb the corner to the ledge. Continue up the crack to small flakes below an overlap. Move left the…

The Bean 26m (85ft)

A good route climbing the arête, with difficult moves over a bulge. Pass the prominent nose on the left, moving right to finish.

Bean and Gone 28m (92ft)

Climb the short wall between The Bean and Freebie to a slab. Move into Freebie, then climb directly up the steep overhanging wall just left of a…

Freebee  30m (98ft)

1 – 60 feet, 4b. Climb the corner to the right and belay. 2 – 40 feet. Traverse left to the arête, then up broken ledges.

Edgehog  30m (98ft)

Start at the foot of the corner of Freebie. Move right to a hold on the arête and climb the wall just right of this to finish…

Corbomight 18m (59ft)

Thin technical face climbing on the immaculate pink wall left of the seaward arête. Despite two good wire-slots, big-fall potential remains high. Climb centrally or from the…

The Jam 30m (98ft)

Takes the wide crack on the east face, rarely dry.