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drew52 - on 30 Sep 2012
I'm working in Pembroke for 6 weeks and wondering which area is best to climb at. i'm a midgrade climber leading E1 max. Also which guide would be good to get? Thanks
johnnorman on 30 Sep 2012
In reply to drew52:

Bloody hell the list is endless !!
drew52 - on 30 Sep 2012
In reply to drew52: Also, where is the nearest indoor wall, for when the weathers bad.
Dave Reeve - on 01 Oct 2012
In reply to drew52: The climbing is pretty much all good in Pembroke so if I were you I would choose where you climb based on a) tides and b) wind direction/weather. For example, if there is a strong westerly blowing choose an east facing crag like St Govans East, Mowing Word East etc
Jon Stewart - on 01 Oct 2012
In reply to drew52: The Rockfax selected guide is excellent.

Tides, the MOD, the wind etc will pretty much dictate where you climb. I would particularly recommend going to Mother Carey's at some point, my favourite crag in the area with superb routes around HVS/E1.

http://www.planetfear.com/articles/14_Mother_Careys_Kitchen_730.html
B Ffitch - on 02 Oct 2012
In reply to drew52: as others have said loads of great routes of that grade all over Pembrokeshire. If you are only here for a short time the rockfax is probably best. Although the new CC guides are excellent and worth the investment if you are going to be climbing here a lot.

The nearest climbing wall is dynamic rock in Swansea.
Wish somebody would open a good wall in Pembrokeshire.

Enjoy
drew52 - on 02 Oct 2012
In reply to drew52: cheers lads

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