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Coral Haven, W of Pennan, Aberdeenshire.
|NGR:||NJ 84289 65631|
|Vert. Range:||2.5 m|
|Geology:||Gardenstown Conglomerate Formation|
A small, upper intertidal rift cave with a roughly triangular entrance facing SE. It has a thin rock barrier across the entrance, on its edge. Inside, it widens to the right, then narrows again. At the end, on the left, is a low extension bent left which contributes the last 3.1 m. The entrance is 4.1 m wide.
Alternate Names: None recorded.
Notes: Access: over a very rocky foreshore in bottom 2/3 of the tide from the W end of Pennan, where you can usually park.
by sea and a beach landing near high tide and in low swell.
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