Climbs 32
Rocktype Rhyolite
Altitude 160m a.s.l
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Plumstone Mountain bouldering seen from the car park. © schristophersmith

Crag features

Plumstone Mountain is a beautiful spot with open views across North Pembrokeshire, pupular with bird watchers, model plane pilots and, sometimes, boulderers. The climbing is concentrated around a small outcrop of Roch Rhyolite, a short walk from the car park.

Approach notes

The crag can be seen from the B4330. The entrance to the site is off the B4330, on the left-hand side, 200m after the right-hand turn to Treffgarne. There is a road leading to a car park by a covered reservoir and the crag is 100m to the west. 

There was plenty of spare rock around so I've added a few 'new' lines which I'm sure have all been done before. Pics uploaded. Please comment if existing lines are incorrect!
vertigo - 14/Jun/17
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