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Foxhole CoveSwansea, WALES
Climbs 45 – Rocktype Limestone – Altitude 18m a.s.l – Faces SW
The main crag seeps quite badly in places after long periods of rain (especially Goose In Lucy). The cave tends to need several dry days to return to condition, but the routes at either end of the crag can usually be climbed even if it has rained the day before. Pioneers of the Hypnotic Groove is climbable whether wet or dry.
Below the cave there are several smaller slabs and zawns with a collection of mainly lower grade trad routes.
Climbs at this crag
Park in the National Trust car park at Southgate. Head west (right) out of the car park along a private road with houses on your right. Just before you reach number 8 follow a path through some bushes towards the headland, then scramble down the left hand side of the slope and head back round to the right and into the cove.
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