Altitude 28m a.s.l
Gareth on Kissin the Pink © Oliver Buxton
For The Red wall (sea wall near the landslide), easiest access is along the beach, but this is often slippery when wet. For the secret Oxwich follow the costal path past the church, up the steps, along the flat path for around 1km then drop down another set of steps which comes down to overlook the quarry. Along the side of the quarry there is a wooden fence hiding the edge. To get down to the quarry, at the left hand side of the fence there is a steep path down. Alternatively you can walk around to the end of the path which comes out on the beach (at low tide) and you can cut back up though the trees to the crag.
There has been a major rockfall at this location (Dec 21st 2011) and climbers are asked to avoid this venue until CCW have managed to make a full assement of the rockface. There are no access difficulties provided climbers do not exit the cliff tops, avoid excessive vegetation damage and do not encourage the general public into the quarry area. BMC are working with CCW on a local proposal to clean-up this crag - watch this space.