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Rock Climbing Pembrokeshire

The cliffs of South Pembrokeshire are within the Coastal National Park.

they are of international importance for cliff-nesting birds while providing some of the best

sea-cliff climbing in the country.

Therefore agreed climbing restrictions have been established to protect nesting and

feeding sites.

These are essential not only for the continued existence of the colonies of seabirds

and also the Chough, Peregrines and Ravens which nest there.

These areas are designated sites of Special Scientific Interest and also include

European special Protection Area Status.

Range East

*CHECK NOTICE BOARDS EACH DAY BEFORE CLIMBING

*ACCESS TO RANGE IS ONLY PERMITTED IN NON-FIRING PERIODS

(check local press although if we can obtain information we will post on this site)

*AVOID GARDEN ROUTES-FLORA ON THE CLIFF INCLUDE SOME

NATIONALLY SCARCE SPECIES.

*DO NOT ATTACH BELAYS TO MOD PROPERTY.

*NO CLIMBING THE CHAPEL CLIFF AT ANY TIME

Range West

No climbing is permitted on the Range West between 1st February and 28th July inclusive.

During the remainder of the year (except when there is firing) only annually briefed climbers

with a permit may enter.

Lydstep Head No climbing between 1st march and 28th July 

" there will be a notice at the belay point at the top of Brazen Buttress"



North Pembrokeshire.

Restriction in place between 1st February and 28th July.

Check signs on site. Restrictions may vary or be lifted early.

* Abercastle (Ynys Deullyn clifs). (VR) * Llechdafad cliffs. (VR)

* Penbwchdy (Penbwchdy Head to Pwll Deri).

* St Davids Head areas.

Craig Coetan (upper and lower tiers) Mur Cenhinen and Coastguard Cliffs.

Pembrokeshire Coast National Climbing Restrictions apply to the area

Stack Rocks to St Govan's Head.