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Climbs 103
Rocktype Sandstone (soft)
Altitude 4m a.s.l
Faces SE

Crag features

St. Non's Bay mostly consists of short pitches on sandstone slabs and walls in an idyllic setting. The best areas are Velvet Wall towards the west and Initiation Slabs towards the east, both of which give pleasant routes up to HVS.

Approach notes

Approach from St. Non's car park in 5-15 mins.

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Guidebooks

Good venue, micro wires recommend for the starts, steeper finishes make an exciting change the usual style of the area.
freemanTom - 13/Aug/17
The 4 routes around the big block all short but worthwhile. Not especially tidal from my experience 2-3 hours around looking tide maybe more
freemanTom - 13/Aug/17
It looks like the bottom part of the Cormorant Front buttress has fallen down based on the photograph of the crag in the Rockfax guide. I've uploaded a couple of photographs of the buttress. Can someone who knows the crag well confirm this?
Chris Murray - 27/Jul/14
It seems all of 'Rosary' (HS,4b) & the top of 'Foot and Mouth' (VS,4c) have suffered from storm damage - Square Bay, St Davids, Pembroke
ERU - 19/May/14
Shiraz and Chinon are listed twice, also on the Porth-y-ffynnon page...
Martin Davies - 14/Oct/12
All these routes plus the blank lines in between were climbed by Martin Crocker 2006
Mark S Davies - 11/Oct/10
Nice routes albeit short ones.
loundsy - 01/Sep/10
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