Yesterday, with a dry but windy forecast, I met up with Ed for some climbing. Ed had Head Hunter in the Leap on his mind, so with the range open, we strolled over and abseiled into one of the most famous pieces of rock in Pembrokeshire. I kicked off by warming us up on Shape-Up and then Ed geared up for Head Hunter. This is a very imposing looking line and has tricky climbing from the start. After Ed had tried the start a few times decided that it wasn't going to happen today and went up Wild Frontier instead as it was the only route there within his grade he hadn't climbed. With that done and high tide approaching, we headed over to St. Govan's. I set off on War Crime, sped up the first 3/4 and then got pumped stupid on the top overhang. Good route though. Ed wasn't that bothered about leading again (as he has pretty much climbed everything there he can as well!) so I jumped on Line Out to finish our day. We got back to the van just as it was getting dark. Perfect.
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