Rocktype Sandstone (hard)
St. Nons Bay, near St. Davids, N. Pembrokeshire © Mark Salter
An area rich in adventure and interesting rock architecture. There are three buttresses separated by zawns, which are connected at their landwards ends by a large (but hidden) through cave running west to east.
From St Non's car park follow the path down to the well and the main coast path 200m after this. Follow this eastwards for 130m until a minor path is met above St Non's Pinnacle. Keyhole Buttress is found by following the cliff edge back west to reach a gorse covered spur.
|Shiraz and Chinon are listed twice, also on the Porth-y-ffynnon page...|
Martin Davies - 14/Oct/12
|5||Keyhole Surgery||VS 4b *||2|
|6||Keyhole Groove||HS 4a *|
|8||St. Non's Pinnacle||VS 4b(pd) *||15|
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