/ Two climbers 'missing' from South stack ..??
Sad news indeed
its these that bring bad names to these kinds of sports, never the good news that makes the headlines.
A sad day for all concerned.
Just returned from a Pembroke trip and my Mum drew my attention to this. Very chilling.
A sharp reminder of the horrific potential of sea cliff climbing.
My thoughts and prayers to all concerned.
Sad news, condolences.
Thoughts with the families.
The younger of the two climbers was a friend I had climbed with on a few occasions. As said above their names have not been released and thus I won't either. He was a very talented and experienced climber for his age, always a good laugh and fun to climb with. A true loss. My thoughts are with the families, rest in peace guys.
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