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ACCESS & CONSERVATION

Pembroke: 2018 success and 2019 Range West

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07/01/2019

Climbers and wildlife both had a great year at Pembrokeshire in 2018. With some great ascents, a successful bird and seal breeding year and climbers sticking to the agreed restrictions, it was a "win-win" for all! Read on also for details of the 2019 Range West access briefings.
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ACCESS & CONSERVATION

Pembroke: rockfalls, bombs and 2018 briefings.

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24/10/2017

Pembrokeshire, with great sea-cliffs and amazing climbing, standing out proudly into the Irish Sea on the western fringes of Wales has been given a bit of a bit of a battering by recent storms. The army have also left a few dodgy bombs on the coast that are best left well alone and for those seeking the delights of Range West, then read on for the dates the next round of the scintillating Range West briefing dates!
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ACCESS & CONSERVATION

Pembroke: Range West 2016 updates

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08/03/2016

Brilliant sea cliffs and amazing routes is what climbing at Pembroke is all about but to get the most out of these stunning sea-cliffs, some prior planning is essential to avoid nesting birds, tank firing and live bomb training. In 2016 there are some major changes to the access arrangements. Read on for the details.
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GUIDEBOOKS

Pembroke Rock Wired: sex between two covers

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15/02/2016

What’s the most special thing about British climbing? 20-foot gritstone adventure routes? The overgrown mountain crags? The loose limestone sport routes? No, its sea cliffs, where quality, adventure and stunning natural beauty are washed up in the most incredible and unique landscapes.
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WALLS

The Hangout: Pembrokeshire's latest escape from the rain for climbers

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19/01/2016

Climbers in Pembrokeshire have a new place to escape the wet weather and get on the training scene with the opening of The Hangout in the Haverfordwest Leisure Centre.
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SUMMIT MAGAZINE

Pembroke demon route Choronzon slain by strong Steve McClure

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14/07/2015

Steve McClure – BMC ambassador and all-round rock wad – has just repeated the hardest trad climb in Pembroke: Choronzon (E10 7a), and also ticked Muy Caliente! (E9/10 6c). We find out the details.
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CLUBS

Traditional climbing on sea cliffs

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16/06/2015

"There is something amazing about abseiling into a sea cliff climb for the first time, the excitement of discovering what’s down there. I can’t wait to get on the abseil line and see what I find." Rachael Ashdown recounts her experience on a weekend sea cliff climbing course in Pembroke:
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SUMMIT MAGAZINE

Yuji Hirayama: Big Issue was just a prologue, UK trad is real climbing

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06/10/2014

Japanese climbing legend Yuji Hirayama recently tested himself on UK trad for the first time. His project? The Big Issue (E9) at Pembroke. How did Yuji get on, what does he think of our trad culture, and will he be back to test himself on grit next? Sarah Stirling interviews.
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INTERNATIONAL

Caroline Ciavaldini takes on British trad

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23/08/2013

World-class French competition climber Caroline Ciavaldini has once again turned her hand to trad climbing: ticking an E8 and an E9 in one week. Katy Dartford caught up with her to find out just what attracts her to British trad climbing.
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ACCESS & CONSERVATION

It's Pembroke open season!

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25/07/2012

All the annual seasonal climbing restrictions at Pembroke are lifted early with immediate effect in anticipation of a fine weekend and the final Range West briefing. What are you waiting for? It's time to get down there and climb.
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