Located on the south coast of Wales, Pembrokeshire offers some of Europe's best traditional sea-cliff climbing. The cliffs are located on wild and remote headlands amongst some stunning coastal scenery and have something to offer climbers of all abilities. The southern limestone cliffs offer a wealth of short, powerful, positive and steep routes up to E9, whereas the northern areas of the county offer more adventurous climbing on volcanic rock and sandstones, from easy slabs to multipitch E7s. The area is also developing as a DWS and bouldering venue. Some of the headlands have useful tidal platforms and easy approaches, while others require a far more adventurous approach: abseil descents inducing some very committing situations.
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