Bacon Hole, found near Southgate on Gower is home to some of the hardest bouldering problems in South Wales. the climbing is found on a ferociously steep wall on some really small crimps.
if you are not comfortable at font 7c don't bother!
there is important access info for this crag please check out this link before you go
failure to do this will lead to an access ban!
Bacon Hole is an internationally important conservation site, both for its geology, its archaeology and for the fauna (protected bats) found in the area. Its a Site of Special Scientific Interest, and the features of the site (including roosting and hibernating bats) are protected by law. For this reason the owners, the National Trust and Government of Wales's conservation advisors, the Natural Resource for Wales do not allow climbing at this venue.
Dates: 1 March to 14 August
Reason: Nesting Birds
The cliff is also within the agreed seasonal restriction to protect nesting choughs. This restriction extends from Bosco's Cave to Quartz Corner.
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