45m. The traverse of the whole zawn is long, and quite an expedition. From the west side of Concrete Zawn, find your way down to sea level and traverse east/rightwards all the way across the massive zawn, on some of the oddest rock at Pembroke. When at the impasse, make wild moves to hang a big slopy jug, and perform a mid-air 'twist' to land on the small ledge on the other side (crux). Continue traversing the east wall until a easy way out becomes clear. © ROCKFAX
UKC Logbook Description
Amazing DWS traverse. From the west end of the zawn follow massive buckets rightwards on fiercely undercut rock at 5m above the sea. One semi-rest 2/3 of the way along, followed by tricky moves slightly up and round the corner to the right, before traversing slightly downwards into the very mouth of the sea cave. When you get to an unhelpful large greasy sloper (and the holds run out beyond) rotate to face away from the rock and leap 1.5 metres across the inlet to a rocky plinth the far side, to immense relief. Totally wild! Escape up and right, now a solo only, but on good rock, not difficult.
Tim Emmett and Crispin Waddy 2001