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The Gower

Goi Ashmore of Palace of Swords Reversed. Photo Carl Ryan

Updates

Calcite Bay (18.6.17) another new wall on the upper tier of the Trial Wall area, situated 200m beyond Black Crack right and before Sinners Walls.

Sinners Walls (updated 7.5.17) a new crag a little further along the coastline from Trial Wall with a bunch of worthwhile and easily accessible routes.

Morfa Bychan: (updated 14.6.15) a completely new crag with numerous new routes to suit all tastes and style.

Pwlldu Bay: (updated 13.5.2010) Newly updated with a plethora of new rotues. A truly idyllic setting straight from a magnificent beach. In the shade after midday.

Watch House Crag: (14.7.09) a super little slabby venue tucked into the bays to the west of Fox Hole.

Watch House East: (14.7.09) a handful of excellent routes on a steep leaning wall. The perfect compliment to Fox Hole and Watch House crag.

Oxwich Bay Crag: (updated 22.1.2004) probably the most impressive find on the Gower. A series of impressive walls springing from the sea give a wealth of fine hard pitches in the 7s. Into the forest leads to another batch of fine and hard climbs. The odd easier route can be found such as Kissing the Pink (6c).

Minchin Hole: Access now resurrected. No more bolting at the present.(Updated 2.10.10)

Fox Hole: (updated 21.1.2004) another classic venue full of routes from 6c+ and upwards. Steep stuff abounds.

Trial Wall: (updated 21.1.2004) an old haunting ground with a few classic trad. routes and two or three impressive sports routes.

Bosco's Den: (updated 10.2.2010) a new crag on the scene with a number of unusuall 'fused' pitches. Some fine trad. routes to come onto the sight.

Barlands Quarry: an inland quarry with a wealth of hideously technical slab routes.

Five Day Forecast for this area

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