This beautiful bay, guarded on the east by Pen y Holt Stack, is approached via the coastal track leading west from the Stack Rocks car park. The cliffs at the back of the bay suffer frequent rockfalls, which is not surprising when many of them are made of piled blocks glued together by mud. However, Pen y Holt Stack and the Cabin Door Islet consist in general of much more solid rock and give adventurous climbing in a remote situation amid superb rock architecture.
Approach from Stack Rocks in 65 mins.
The crag is in Range West, an Army live-firing range. Briefed climbers (with a valid permit) can access the crag year round when the range is not live (all weekends & on Bank Holidays plus some weekdays). Night firing normally occurs on Tuesday & Thursday but may also alternate to Monday & Wednesday. The crag is in Range West, an Army live-firing range. Access is by permit and at weekends & Bank Holidays only.
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