Cardiff University Mountaineering Club enjoying the thrills of sea cliff climbing in Pembrokeshire © Huw Mithan
Saddle Head is one of the most popular locations in Pembroke because it contains the largest concentration of D to VS routes and many of them are classic sea cliff outings. Most of the routes follow short corners and walls above an accessible non-tidal platform and four of the routes listed here take wonderful long lines up the tall tidal buttress to the left of the platform.
Park at St Govans and walk west past Huntsman's Leap and Bosherston Head. Approach by abseil or long walk round.
DO NOT belay on the fence of the radar installation at the top of the cliff. You and everyone else may be banned from the site: the Army takes this seriously.
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