Pembroke is one of Wales' most extensive and most popular climbing areas, being home to an enormous quantity of extremely high quality routes among some of the country's most spectacular scenery. The vast majority of this climbing takes place on the area's sea cliffs, which are notorious for their difficulty and serious nature. Self rescue is rarely an option here. This album collects shots of climbers in action of the area’s cliffs. If you have any of your own, please attach them to the album.
Horrorscope (E2 5c), Triple Overhang Buttress (Photo by Nanuls
Riders on the Storm (HVS 5a), Stennis Head (Photo by Nanuls
Cool for Cats (E1 5b), Stennis Head (Photo byNanuls
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