Three Days of Work and Play

Outdoor Sea Cliff Climbing in Pembrokeshire

On Saturday I met up with a family from Bristol (the city I used to live) and took their two sons Tom and Charlie for a taste of what real rock climbing is all about. They are both keen indoor climbers but hadn't climbed outside before and I wanted to give them a day that would get them fired up. They seemed to love it, so hopefully it worked - Well done guys!

Yesterday I was back out in South Pembs with my old boss from Undercover Rock in Bristol and we hit Bosherston Head for a cool three pitch route and then Guy led the classic Riders On The Storm traverse at Stennis Head. We had time for another route but instead we lounged around in the sun chatting, before I had the inspired idea of going the the St. Govan's Inn beer garden for a pint in the afternoon sun. 

Today It was out with Sarah-Jane and Flow, for a quickish hit on Mother Carey's. SJ led Crithmum (not a sparkling route) and then I jumped on Herod. Out guiding again tomorrow.