/ Clwyd Limestone
Dunno what grades you looking for but digitron is amazing e2 best in area
Most crags have free topos on Gary gibsons site
Easiest sport climbing is at Trevor
If I had 3 days I'd only be stopping off enroute to bigger crags further north and west
Llangollen has quite a bit of limestone around in addition to the above post I would add World's End, Twilight Area & Craig Arthur depends on what grades you are looking for. Though as the above poster says, if I had three days in Llangollen I'd head for Snowdon.
Like others have said if the weather is decent further West it is worth the extra hour of driving to get to the mountain crags.
However if you are comfy climbing sport and know how to rethread safely at the top,there is a lot of fun to be had at Trefor.
Rockfax Clwyd Limestone is good, but web sites like Sportscimbs UK more up to date.
Clwyd is an idyllic place to knock out a few routes in an afternoon or evening if you are local. But as others have said, if you are making a special 3 day road trip, I would hit the eastern and western peak or North Wales - so much moreto go at for you.
I've only been to Trevor once to climb on the sport routes there. It wasn't my idea and I wasn't keen on climbing in a quarry but have to say that I found it a really pretty spot with loads of interesting routes (both trad and sport) to go at.
Different rock types, varied climbing styles, fantastic routes, only downside is a major investment in guidebooks on top of petrol ...but you'll be back!
i would second going to snowdonia if weather improves (its got to stop raining soon ..please)
If I was from Cambridgeshire I wouldn't bother driving to NE Wales for polished, short and insecure limestone climbs (though, as a local, I find it flattering that you'd consider it) - I'd head to Burgundy.
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