Yesterday evening I had the pleasure of hooking back up with Gav' and be taken to a small new crag that he'd discovered and had been playing about on recently. It's at the entrance to Solva Harbour, on the opposite side of the Harbour Wall Crag and on beautiful igneous rock. Gav' kicked off with soloing a short HVS that takes the right side of the wall. After watching Gav' I thought I'd better follow suit - good little number. Gav' then soloed the E3 arete on the left side, again on wonderful rock but a hideous landing if it all went wrong... He named this route Men of Harlech - after the song sang by the soldiers to the zulus in the film Zulu. I was glad that he soloed it with a rope on (so I could top rope it in safety). After that Gavin turned his attention to the central line of the crag that went with a feisty move and christened Sing Damn You, and going at E2 5c. This crag is small and not likely to be destined for greatness, but it holds a lot of the factors that I love about climbing. Gavin discovered this crag after a working day through a thirst for exploration and by him self. He saw potential for climbs without the need for a guide book. He then put to bed the routes that he could solo with out use of mats. Nice one Gav'.
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