Great routes, awesome scenery. A perfect combination.
If you like the idea of dangling from a rope just above the crashing waves but don’t know your Tyrolean traverse from your belaying systems and don’t know where to start, why not give a rock climbing session in Pembrokeshire a go?
Highly qualified guides will develop your climbing technique, help you challenge your inner self, and give you that sprinkling of confidence that will leave you wanting more.
With over 3,000 routes to choose from, there's plenty of scope for all abilities and plenty of room. The limestone cliffs on the south coast are particularly impressive, especially the awesome Huntsman's Leap; Pembrokeshire's most iconic crag.
Did you know that when scaling our towering cliffs you'll be enjoying the wonders of either a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) or European Special Potection Area (SPA). These areas protect the cliff-nesting seabirds and birds such as chough, peregrins and ravens. During the breeding season some areas of the cliffs are restricted to protect the nests - download the latest climbing restriction 2016 guide for details.
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Alan Turner from the Visit Pembrokeshire team regularly dangles from a rope half way down a cliff for fun, read more about his favourite climbs.
Think poor weather means you have to put your Year of Adventure on hold? Think again! There’s a brand new climbing wall in Haverfordwest and we’re ready to accept the challenge…are you?
When it comes to ice cream in Pembrokeshire: we’ve got it licked! Fields of cows and artisan ice cream makers across the county are ready to serve up the best ice cream and sorbets Wales has to offer.
Tourism Department, Pembrokeshire County Council, County Hall, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, SA61 1TP.