Climb Pembroke's Blog

We want you to see what we've been up to here at Climb Pembroke, and get a taste of who we are and what to expect if you come Sea Cliff Climbing with us here in Pembrokeshire on one of our Rock Climbing Courses or Family Rock Climbing days out

Trad adventure climbing in Pembrokeshire

Met up with Brett this morning and raced of to Stack Rocks area. We threw our chunky 60m static rope over what looked like a sickeningly big drop and got prepared for a dose of exposure. Big, scary abseils certainly wake you up in the morning and this one was a corker... 

So we stood at the bottom of a kind of weird, sea cliff, Wintours Leap GO wall. The Lost World was our route for the day, "A fine adventure with a very remote feeling to it." the guidebook says. It looked it. Our route took us up, along and diagonally through walls, grooves and overhangs, to belay after what had felt like a proper first pitch journey, at a lovely spacious belay ledge. The ledge was directly bellow the cliff's huge roof and I sat there belaying Brett, looking out towards the Green Bridge of wales. Brett led the next pitch into more exciting ground though a weakness in the roof. We had our sandwiches by the abseil steak then walked on to Crocksydam Point and Brett led Crocksydam Groove.