More high tides at inconvenient times meant more halfway skulduggery, but some great climbing. Gorgeous weather followed by beer in the St Govans Inn. Happy days!
Mother Careys certainly lived up to its name, with waves breaking half way up the crag. Nonetheless we managed a few routes from halfway ledges.
Fully lived up to its Scaries nickname. BIG waves breaking half way up a 100 ft crag meant making use of midway ledges to get anything done. Very atmospheric!
We certainly picked a challenging few days for our visit to Pembroke. The army firing range was in use all week, with high tide at midday and most of the […]
Another fine crag, and only a half hours walk from the campsite.
A hundred metres around the corner from Shipwreck Cove lie a series of other buttresses. Only exposed for a couple of hours either side of low tide, and with a […]
Torrential rain from dawn through to about 3pm followed by blue sky and the chance to sneak in a couple of routes. Just need somewhere south facing and sheltered. Enter […]
A bit further east along the coast, Watchhouse crag offers a real contrast with slabby thin climbing. Non tidal and near access made this a good option for a showery […]
The Gower was a regular holiday base for many years when we were kids, so I was long overdue a visit to sample the latest “in” climbing destination and especially […]