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A tidal sea cliff in Carmarthenshire. The rock is composed of coal measures sandstone and shale of wildly varying quality. South and east facing walls.
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Restrictions apply from
Reason: Nesting Birds
A seasonal restriction is in place on 'Tremors Zawn' from 1st March to 1st July due to nesting choughs. This includes the following routes which are within 20m of the nest; 'Hullabaluh' to 'Spectre of Love'. 'Cave Wall' is far enough from the nest that there should be no significant disturbance if climbers are on this section.
Parking and Approach
On the beach.
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