Climbing a new route in Pembrokeshire

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Finally made it climbing in pembroke

Having not been to Pembroke more than a handful of times I was keen to get to know it better and with the offer from Henry Castle to crash at his me and Emily packed and left for the sun.

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New climbing route in pembroke

Of course anytime you are climbing with Henry you are in for something a little bit different, probably involving a girdle or travers or sorts and most likely a route no one has ever done before or likely to do again!

Having said that this line we put up was a great one, scary enough due to huge, almost totally disconnected bloc you end up mounting, but still a great outing, one I would probably do again.

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Due to the large bloc you mount and my recent appointment as Centre Manager at Bloc Climbing Henry choose ” Bloc Manager ” as the name of his route.

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After climbing beers, sun and sand

Of course no trip climbing Trip to Pembrokeshire would be complete without a visit to one of the immaculate beaches.

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By | 2017-05-15T21:26:55+00:00 July 9th, 2014|Climbing|0 Comments

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