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Pembroke rock climbing photograph – Heart of Darkness, HVS 5a

Pembroke rock climbing photograph – Heart of Darkness, HVS 5a

The photograph opposite shows Sam Brown on the classic traverse of “Heart of Darkness, HVS 5a” at Mowingword in South Pembroke.  The first pitch of Heart of Darkness is a big traverse across a 30m face.  Though not technically hard, it is intimidating with a serious feel for both the leader and second.

The photograph was taken by Emma Alsford, who is the author of the Wired Pembroke Rock Climbing Guidebook that is available to buy from our shop.

This photograph appears in an article called “Magic of Pembroke”, written by Emma Alsford that offers ten good reasons to visit Pembroke. Read on…

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Wired Pembroke Rock Climbing Guidebook

The Wired Pembroke Rock Climbing Guidebook describes over 1,000 of the best traditional sea cliff climbing routes in Pembroke, which is available from our shop.

Pembroke rock climbing photograph – Act of God, VS 4c Pembroke rock climbing photograph – Army Dreamers, HVS 5a Pembroke rock climbing photograph – Beast from the Undergrowth, E2 5c Pembroke rock climbing photograph – Blue Sky, VS 4b Pembroke rock climbing photograph – Class of 86, E5 6b Pembroke rock climbing photograph – Cool for Cats, E1 5b Pembroke rock climbing photograph – Heart of Darkness, HVS 5a Pembroke rock climbing photograph – Magic Flute, E1 5b Pembroke rock climbing photograph – The Fascist and Me, E4 6a

Click on the images above to view a larger photograph, showing the excellent traditional sea cliff rock climbing in Pembroke.

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Return to rock climbing in Pembroke

Wired Pembroke Rock Climbing Guidebook

The Wired Pembroke Rock Climbing Guidebook describes over 1,000 of the best traditional sea cliff climbing routes in Pembroke, which is available from our shop.