Pennard Lower Sea Cliffs

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Pennard Lower Sea Cliffs
Rock Type Natural Carboniferous Limestone
Climbing Style Trad
Approach Time
Area Gower
Sub Area Heatherslade to Pwll Du
Local Area Pennard and Graves End
WGS-84 Location
OS Grid Ref.
WGS-84 Parking Location 51.566835, -4.087865
GR Parking Location SS 553873
Parking Postcode SA3 2DH
Base Elevation metres
General Info
Faces Direction
Wind Sheltered
Climbing Type
Before/After Low Tide 2.5 hours (See Note)

Tidal Status

Bolting Policy



See Pennard and Graves End Access Notes


The Routes

DESCENTS: Scramble down the east of the crag.

These routes take various lines on the short recessed wall above a platform, which is exposed except at high tide. The left-hand reddish diedre is taken by Red Corner.

1. Red Wall 8m HVS,5a

The wall left of Red Corner.

J.Talbot 00.00.1967

2. Red Corner 8m VS,4b

The red diedre on the left of the crag.

J.Talbot 00.00.1967

3. Tor Wall 8m VS,4c

The upper wall right of Red Corner, gained from Deep Crack.

J.Talbot 00.00.1967

4. Deep Crack 8m S

The corner crack right of Red Corner.

J.Talbot, B.Talbot 00.00.1967

5. Cave And Wall 8m HVS,4c

The centre of the recessed wall right of Deep Crack is poorly protected.

J.Talbot, B.Talbot 00.00.1967

6. Scoop 8m S,4b

The scoop bounding the recessed wall on the right.

J.Talbot 00.00.1967

7. Great Block 8m VS,5a *

The block bounding the buttress on its right has a tough problem start.

J.Talbot, B.Talbot 00.00.1967

First Ascents

Additional Photos