Barrel Zawn (aka Caerbwda Bay)

Pembroke North

Excellent DWS venue with short routes ranging from easier crack climbs, to fierce crimpy wall climbs and pumpy traverses.(Could climbers take note of a potential difference in S grade to the two routes in the Rockfax publication called Curly Mick and Mad Mei which are not on the main buttress they are on a triangular formation that can be boated to away from the main face. I believe at low tides these routes could be dangerous so proceed with caution and investigate carefully, particularly the depth on the right hand side. Raphael.) High tide required for most routes on the main face.

Crag information
Climbing Area: Wales Rock Type: Sandstone
Importance: Local CRoW Land: No
Ownership: Unknown No. of Routes: 24
Within National Park: No Year Developed:
Grid Reference: SM769242

Approach from Caerbwdi NT car park by road south,  then path from sharp bend in road to beach, turn left and follow coast path then descend via thorny path to reach the crag.
Area information

Less frequented than the south, there are some very popular cliffs along the southern bays of St David's, but also some very remote and atmospheric cliffs further north. Wildlife is abundant and the abscence of a formal restriction does not mean that protected birds are not present - so climbers are asked to be observant and avoid routes if the prescence of climbers is obviously causing disturbance to the birds. Many of the bays are also important seal breeding areas - if breeding seals are present then again please avoid.

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