Hollow Caves Bay

Climbs 66 – Rocktype Limestone – Altitude ? – Faces S

Crag features
This large bay has the huge huge square inlet of Box Zawn with its set of desperate hard routes on its back wall. Further along are some more steep walls and buttresses which may ultimately give a few challenging deep water solos.

Split into a number of zawns facing various directions. Routes up to 130ft, with the best being at E4 and above, though there is plenty to entertain the E1 climber.

Access notes
Tidal on most routes - accessible at low to mid tide only.

Park at St Govans and walk W. The bay has Quarry Point to the W and Saddle H (with its radar station) to the E.

Guidebooks
Pembroke Vol 3 Range East - Stack Rocks to Hollow Caves Bay (2011), Pembroke (2009), Deep Water (2007), Pembroke MiniGuide (2006),
Out of print: Pembroke (part two) (1996), Pembroke (1995)

Climbs at this crag

Sort climbs
  Climb nameGrade
 LARGE SLOPING LEDGE 
2ShornaHVD
3BeanS
4ScroteVS 4c
5Wild OneHVS 5a
6Alive and KickingVS 4c
7Layback in AngerE2 5c
8Beaten ManE2 5c
9BarrageE2 5c
 BOX ZAWN 
11JabberwockE5 5c **
12Gorpal BladeE5 6a
13Knock Yourself Out!E5 6a ***
14Grezelda, GrezeldaE6 6a ***
15The Obsession BoxE6 6a ***
16Rubik's CubeE5 6b **
 APPROACHED FROM GREAT CENTRAL HOLE 
18Monster in a BoxE7 6c
19TriadE2 5b
20TrefoilE2 5c
21Love My Teddy BearE4 6a *
22The Black BoxE3 5c *
23TrihedralE1 5b *
 GRAVY TRAIN 
25Ringolevio (aka Ringolino)E3 5c **
26MutinyE2 5c
27Great DaneE4 6a
28BackbeatE3 5c
29S.L.RE2 5c
30Storm BirdE1 5b
31Gravy TrainE3 5c ***
32The Bold and the OldE3 6a
33Super Galactic HammyE2 5b
34Galactic GloryE1 5b **
35Faded GloryE3 6a *
36TranquillizerE5 6a
37The Fine Art of SurfacingE6 6a
38San SimianE8 6c ***
39CalcuttaHVS 5a
40The DungeonE1 5a, 4c
41Dragon HeartE2 5b
42Kubla KhanHVS 4b, 5a
43UnderworldE7 6b
44Hydrotherapy8a+ **
 SMALL WALL 
46The Face that LaunchedD
47Todger TalkS 4a
48Blue ChipVS 4c
49AbacusE3 5c
50Airdrawn DaggerE8 6c ***
 ROUTES ADDED FROM ROCKFAX BOOK 
52The Black BoxE3 5c *
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