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Pembrokeshire, WALES

Climbs 14 – Rocktype Sandstone (hard) – Altitude 6m a.s.l – Faces S

Crag features
A pleasant location a shortish walk from the car park.

Both slabs are up to around 10m in height and feature some nice crack lines, ideal for beginners or busting out some quick solos. The west slab is climable mid to low tide. Sun slab is above the high tide mark, although can get sprayed in big seas.

Access notes
Park at Caerfai and walk out to the west until the path turns right to St Nons. Continue along small fishermans path to the sea, crag is facing south, right at the end.

Weather forecast

 Today  Sat  Sun  Mon  Tue 

2.5mm rain
15 °C
25 kph

1.7mm rain
15 °C
22 kph

0.2mm rain
Sunny periods
17 °C
21 kph

26.5mm rain
Mainly cloudy
20 °C
41 kph

9.9mm rain
17 °C
35 kph
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Climbs at this crag

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2Polar MaritimeS 4
3Seth and the WaspVS 4b 1
4Men Are from MarsD 4
5Women Are from VenusD 3
6King of PingD 4
7ShambalaS 2
8The Bucket6b  
 Climb nameGradex
10Slab 0D 6
11too smallD 18
12nigel elliot seagullVD 12
13sight of a sealHS 4b 9
14Wind cries ScaryE5 6a 1
15bondyHS 4b 7
16less UVE4 5c 3
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All these routes plus the blank lines in between were climbed by Martin Crocker 2006
The Pylon King - 11/Oct/10

Nice routes albeit short ones.
loundsy - 01/Sep/10