Closer to the car park are the contiguous cliffs of Trevallen and St Govan’s, easily accessible, south-facing and with fabulous rock. For those who fancy something a little different, there is also a multitude of DWS.
With 344 pages of text, full colour photodiagrams, action shots and line plans you won’t have any excuse for getting lost or not being enthused.
The new Pembroke Stackpole / Lydstep describes over 1100 routes over a fifteen mile stretch of the Pembrokeshire coastline – idyllic coves separated by picturesque beaches characterise much of the climbing in this area.
Pembroke North – volume 1 – but fourth to appear – covers the area from Ceredigeon in the north (slightly outside the county!) to Milford Haven. The variety and quality of the climbing on offer beautifully compliments the stunning scenery. Traditional climbing remains the main focus with the classic crags, Carey-y-Barcud, Porthclais, and Caerfai rightly taking pride of place, although St David’s Head is now given the prominence it deserves.
Pembroke Range West – volume 2 – is the last in the definitive series (but by Range West devotees is not viewed as the least). As the name suggests it covers the part of Castlemartin Range extending westwards from Stack Rocks car park.
The Climbers Club continue with their impressive publication schedule with this new guide to Portland containing a mixture of pure sport routes, some great trad climbing and loads of bouldering.
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