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Climbs 46
Rocktype Limestone
Altitude 6m a.s.l
Faces S

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Cailean climbing Jaws © Cailean Harker

Crag features

The crags situated around the beautiful Broad Haven Beach are reached from the large National Trust car park on its west side. This is reached by taking the main left turn at the end of Bosherston village. Alternatively, reach the east side of the beach by a 15min walk from the National Trust pay car park at Bosherston Lily Ponds in the village itself. The campsite provides a good base and a haven of solitude, despite Broad Haven itelf being a large and popular sandy bay, especially in the summer months.

Rockfax Digital

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Rockfax Digital brings together all the Rockfax climbing information with UKC logbooks and presents it into a user-friendly package for use on Android and iOS devices.


Guidebooks

Pembroke

This new app version of the Pembroke Rockfax has been significantly updated with 350 extra routes, new geo-located maps and updates to the existing information. The print guide from 2009 had 650 routes and this new app package has nearly 1000! The update includes many easier routes plus extra lines at the main crags covered in the book. It also has extensive deep water soloing coverage with the majority of the crags from Mike Robertson's 2007 Deep Water book added to the mix.
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Deep Water

Mike Robertson's award winning Deep Water guide, covering DWS on the English South Coast, Pembroke, Scotland and throughout the world.
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This is Board Haven South aka Bosherston Lilyponds.
Steve nevers - 25/Sep/15
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