Belay Stakes at Range West, Pembroke

Posted by Cath Flitcroft on 16/03/2009
New belay stakes at Range West

The BMC and the MOD have now placed several new belay stakes at Range West, Pembroke.

Early in March the BMC, local climbers and the MOD placed 13 new belay stakes at Range West, Pembroke. There are now 5 stakes in the Linney Head area, 2 at Cabin Door, 1 at Mt. Sion (scorcher area), 2 at Greenham Common and 3 at Perimeter Bays.
The placement of these stakes is the third and final phase of a programme of climbing improvements along Range East and Range West. Whilst this is a local project, the BMC have sourced the appropriate stakes in agreement with the MOD.

Many thanks to all of those involved, in particular Lynne and Steve. Many thanks also to the MOD for their continued support.
 



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