Climbing at Range West
Posted by Matthew Woodfield on Monday, June 8, 2015
Under: Adventure report
The only people climbing at range West in Pembroke on Sunday, beautiful scenery, great rock and awesome fossils everywhere made it a day to remember.
You need to attend a briefing to access the military firing range above the cliffs, then avoid all of the shells laying on the floor on the walk in, but once you are there its an amazing place to climb.
There are routes of all grade, including lots at the lower end, but as with most other crags in Pembrokeshire you need t be able to abseil to get to the start of the routes. If you want to let your climbing take you some where more adventurous like this then get in touch and book a sea cliff climber course to look at abseiling, tides, escaping and more...
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