A climber from London has become the first to scale one of Britain's hardest cliff faces.
Neil Gresham, 41, scrambled to the top of the Forbidden Head in Pembrokeshire - a gruelling 60-foot climb, above water and without any ropes - on his sixth trip to the site.
A 40 degree overhang on the cliff means that climbers have to abseil down, drop into the sea, and swim up to the edge of the rock.
But the freezing cold water saps your energy, so Neil decided to use a £10 plastic dingy to make things easier. By abseiling down onto the boat, he could avoid getting wet, and therefore save his energy for the climb itself.
Video courtesy of Lukasz Warzecha.