Bosherston Head

Climbs 91 – Rocktype Limestone – Altitude 5m a.s.l – Faces all

Crag features
Bosherston Head is the broad headland between Huntsman's Leap and Saddle Head. The three main areas offer a great diversity of climbing. For those who lead E2, the Keelhaul Wall is a good place to head for. If scary E5s on slippery rock are more your bag, then you may also find a few tasty numbers here. If you are after technical E2s and 3s, in the morning shade, at high tide, then the Ivory Tower is the place for you. However if you are really in search of emotional and soul searching leads, of E4 and above, on wonderful rock, giving you an experience which you will be talking about for years, then you need look no further than the Star Wars Area.

Access notes
Park at St Govans and walk west past Huntsmans Leap. Bosherston is the next headland.

Pembroke Vol 4 Range East - Saddle Head to St Govan's (2011), Pembroke (2009), Pembroke MiniGuide (2006),
Out of print: Pembroke (part two) (1996), Pembroke (1995)

Climbs at this crag

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  Climb nameGrade
2Grainne's PresentHS 4b
3Explorer 1S 4a
4Ordinary RouteD
5Hot and TotHS 4b
6Olde Worde ClimbVS 4c
7DEEsireHVS 5a
9Fifty Lashes, Mister ChristianE4 6b *
10Ghost ShipE3 5c ***
11Mutiny on the BountyE6 6a **
12Man OverboardE5 6a **
13All Hands on DeckE5 6b *
14Intensive ScareE2 5c **
15Baker's DoorE1 5b **
16KeelhaulE2 5c **
17I See No ShipsE4 6b *
18The Burning DeckE2 5b *
19SpringboardE1 5b *
21Wage WarE3 5c **
22Ocean DriveE6 6b
23Punks in the Tea RoomE5 6a **
24Pulling like a TractorE6 6b
25Pirate PunkE8 6c
26The Big IssueE9 6c ***
27The Big SoftyE7 6c *
28CrocodileE1 5a
29Witches PromiseE1 5b
31The Golden ShowerE4 5c
32Ivory TowerE3 5c **
33Agent OrangeE3 6a *
34Technically an EliminateE3 6a
35Cruel GardenE1 5b
36Perfumed GardenE1 5b
37Gone with the WimpVS 4b *
38Off the HeelE1 5c
39Off the WristE2 5b *
40Sunny CornerHVS 5a **
42Private InvestigationE3 5c
43QuoinHS 4a
44Rotating Knives, Yes!E2 5b
45PoltergeistHVS 5a *
46Sub Lieutenant Bastard to YouE1 5b
47TelekinesisHVS 5a *
48High LifeE2 5c
49Preposterous TalesE2 5b ***
50Preposterous Tales Extension6c
52Shaggy Dog StoriesE3 5c
53NeurosisE2 5c *
54HydrophobiaE6 6b
55Frigid DigitisE2 5c *
56Dayglow SaracenE2 5c
57ExogenE3 6a *
58WavelengthE3 5c ***
59Charlie Don't SurfHVS 5a
60The BookHVS 5a
61IndecisionHVS 5a
62Dope without a RopeHVS 5a
63Chakademus and PliersE1 5b *
64Warm WavesVS 4c
65WensleydaleHVS 5a
66Ocean PassageVS 4c
67Trade WindE4 6a
68Lundy RoadE2 5b *
69SolitaireVS 4b *
70The White CleftE2 5b *
71JoybringerVS 4b *
72Stop PressE4 6b
73The Wild GeneHVS 5a
74Skid MarkE2 5b
75Shark FinE2 5c *
76LuteHVS 5a
78Comes the MilkmanE2 5b
79Bosch and PecksE4 6a
80Oggly BogglyHVS 5b
81ContradictionaryE5 6a
82Verb CrawlerE5 6b *
83Stumbling EnglishE5 6b *
84Thesaurus RexE6 6b **
85Scrabble RouserE5 6a *
86Mexican LexiconE5 6b
87Dictionary DellE3 5c
88ZoundsE1 5a
89SteeplechaseE2 5b *
91The Empire Strikes BackE6 6b **
92Luke SkywalkerE5 6b ***
93Star WarsE4 5c ***
94Eat, Drink and Beat GaryE6 6b ***
95Big in AmericaE6 6b ***
96Fax WarsE6 6b **
97InsignificanceE4 6a ***
98The DeerhunterHVS 5a
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Why not add something like `Don't miss the climbing here when dry fresh conditions prevail'. ahem-greasiness-ahem
Paz - 15/Apr/05