Night firing normally occurs on Tues & Thurs but can alternate to Mon & Wed.
Dates: 1 March to 1 August
Reason: Nesting Birds
The restriction from 'Charybdis' to 'Leap of Faith' (Boulder Choke area) remains in place until Aug 1st. The main parts of the Leap are not affected.
There may be seal pubs in the Leap in the Autumn - signs will be posted on the gate at St Govans car park if there are any restrictions for climbers at this time
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This magnificent route follows the pocketed crack line above the right-hand side of the ramp. The climbing is physical but well protected where it matters. Start by the grey ramp, climb up then make hard moves across left to some overlaps. Pull over these and layback with difficulty to a large hole (the Mantrap) which provides a welcome rest. More hard climbing gains the pocket line, which is followed to a small ledge below a bulge. Pull left around this and continue up and left to the top. © Rockfax
FA. M.Crocker, M.Ward 10/May/1987.
100 or so good E6s - aye Caff
The Best of Pembroke
The best the UK has to offer for beasts (apart from the lakes cos its always wet)
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Grade: E6 6c ***
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