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Rocktype Sandstone (hard)
Altitude 11m a.s.l
ClimbingPixie on Armorican VS 4c © cider nut
A justifiably popular climbing venue located a kilometre south-east of St. David's where the popular beach can be accessed by a steep path from the cliff-top car park. On the beach there is a minor crag with 3 routes and some bouldering while the headland to the east has 2 excellent slabs with a good range of quality climbs.
Caerfai is clearly signposted from St. David's; follow the road south from the visitor centre. Approach from Caerfai Beach car park in 5-10 mins.
|Beware the scramble descent when the grass is damp - it becomes very slippery. A slip on the grass at the start of the descent would not be pretty. |
broc - 12/Sep/18