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Trevallen Cliff Pembrokeshire, WALES
Climbs 124 – Rocktype Limestone – Altitude 12m a.s.l – Faces S
A vast expanse offering single- and multi-pitch routes up to 160ft. Top routes such as The Hole (E1 5b), Sunlover (E3 5c), Barbarella (E5 6a) and Justice of The Peace (E6 6c). The Sunlover area has some of the very best routes in all of Pembroke - though doesn't every area?
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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
* Climbs listed in red are waiting to be checked by a crag moderator, and may not be accurate.
Tidal on routes E of "Romany"; non-tidal elsewhere.
Park at St Govans and walk E. Abseil to desired area from stakes at top of cliff.
Read more... Regional Access notes are available from the BMC.
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Has anyone been up Fulmar Pants recently?? has the second pitch altered significantly since the guide books were written? the crack is shattered and falling apart, the hand traverse is unprotectable and the move up to the easy finishing corner is desperate and loose. Should have guessed something was up by all the gear left behind to allow retreat. A warning should be added to let any body know they are in for a desperate time with v serious consequences if you come off the hand traverse ie. don't bother..|
Paul Bowen - 28/Aug/07
Don't make the mistake we made on our first visit to Trevallen, which was to abseil on our twin 9mm's, assuming that we'd be alright to pull them down after us... Ho ho. They got stuck in the erosion 'gully' by the main abseil point, and it took a good hour of awkward scrambling to get to St.Govan's and up the descent there (this traverse to St.Govan's can be impossible if the tides are wrong). TAKE A SEPARATE AB ROPE!!!
Nick Smith - UKC - 02/Mar/05