Just before the "boomerang". © TraceyR
The western end of Greenham Common (left hand side looking landwards from the platform) has a significant amount of precarious loose rock on the upper half of the face rightwards from Peace Dividend. At the moment (July 29th 2012) the climbing on the upper half is potentially dangerous as several large pieces of rock are resting on small stones and look like they could come off at any moment. In addition, the top bank has lots of small pieces of loose rock. If climbing there, you're recommended to have a belay rope in situ already and to be extremely careful. Given the amount of good rock elsewhere in Pembroke I wouldn't advise climbing there at the present time. The main overhanging face and the Eastern end of Greenham Common appear to be ok though.
The crag is in Range West, an Army live-firing range. Briefed climbers (with a valid permit) can access the crag year round when range is not firing (all weekends & on Bank Holidays plus some weekdays). Night firing normally occurs on Tuesday & Thursday but may also alternate to Monday & Wednesday.
Dates: 1 March to 1 August
Reason: Nesting Birds
There is a seasonal restriction affecting the East Face on the following routes 'H Bomb' to 'Address Book' inclusive (routes 55-63 in CC guide)
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