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Porth-y-Ffynnon

Pembrokeshire, WALES

Climbs 20 – Rocktype Sandstone (hard) – Altitude ? – Faces S

Crag features
The best climbing is on the purple slab. Mostly in the sub-VS range, hence popular (like Porth-Clais) with instructors and novices.

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Guidebooks
Pembroke Vol 1 - North Pembroke (2013), Pembroke (2009),
Out of print: Pembroke (part one) (1996)

Climbs at this crag

Sort climbs
 Climb nameGradex
1Purple People EaterVS 4c 38
2Grey SlabVD 9
3Ffynnon Ffynnon FfynnonVS 4c 28
4Aqua planeE1 5b *26
5apex areteVD 91
6Brown SlabHS 4b 141
7Slab RecessS 4a 168
8Slab HappyHVS 5a 39
9The CrackVD *379
10Just Another RouteVS 4c 30
 Climb nameGradex
11Grab the SlabE1 5b *159
12Cracked WallVS 4c 232
13Rising DampD 91
14Technical EcstasyHVS 4c 30
15Late HarvestS 4a 31
16Allergic to Common SenseVD 8
17Shiraz *E1 5b **75
18Chinon *HVS 5a **82
19Aquaplane *E1 5b *5
20Saltheart Foam Follower *E1 5b 3
* Climbs listed in red are waiting to be checked by a crag moderator, and may not be accurate.
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Access notes
Tidal - covered at high tide.

The bay about 400m (.25mi) east of Porth-Clais, reached in about 10 min from the car park at Porth-Clais. The base is reached from the L across boulders at low tide, or by abseil.

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The 'fake boulder' has been placed, with the support of the National Trust, National Park, the BMC, Pembrokeshire Outdoor Charter Group and local climbers, amongst others. It replaces a mass of crap, rusty stakes with the aim of cleaning up the site and providing a long term belay solution.
Steve Quinton - 15/Jul/04

When i was there early this summer the belay stakes had been removed and replaced by a 'fake' boulder! While great for 'The Crack' and other routes on the left of the purple slab, belays for those on the right are now difficult to arrange.
Jono Graham - 09/Oct/03