The BMC's 2010 Gower Climbing Festival (10-12 September) is an opportunity for you to experience what the Gower peninsula has to offer on its limestone cliffs and beautiful beaches.
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Scavenger (VS 4c), Three Cliffs
BMC, Aug 2010
There's plenty of climbing for everyone, with trad routes ranging from Diff to the high Extremes, sport routes from Fr6a+ to Fr8a, and a handful of bouldering areas too.
The Adulteress (E2 5c), Trial Wall
BMC, Aug 2010
The first festival was held last year, and it was a great success, with visitors from all over the UK joining us for the weekend. The BMC's team in the area, ably led by Stuart Llewellyn, was justifiably chuffed by its success. The best way to find out what this year's festival will be like is to watch the 2009 festival video, or look at the 2009 festival report, complete with a feature article in the BMC's Summit magazine.
The festival website is fully up to date with information about the crags, pubs and campsites. Please take some time to look through it. The team will supply full colour topos and bacon/egg butties each morning.
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