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Caerbwdi Bay(OS)

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About Caerbwdi Bay(OS):

This bay has two sets of slabs on its west side, both around 100 feet, the southern one being Belly Buttress. Belly Buttress is semi-tidal, and a rappell rope is useful for the descent to the sea-washed platform at the bottom of the generally lower grade routes. The northeast crag is Cathedral Slabs, with the harder climbs located on it.
Nearest town or city: St. David
Directions: OS157--GR764/242 1.2 miles southeast of St. David's. For the approach, see Craig Caerfai, but continue around the headland and into the next bay and the crags.
Latitude, Longitude: 51.87104, -5.24846
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