Trench Wall (around the corner from Penmaen Head) just off the A55 in North Wales, is an underused venue evidenced by the vegetation growth below the crag. That seems odd given the quality and involving nature of the climbing, nearly always on good rock and well bolted although the venue itself is less than pleasing. The character is different from Penmaen Head which it complements nicely and involves technical and balancy climbing. It also scores during a heatwave as the crag is north facing and out of the sun during the day.
The vegetation has now been cut back and access improved generally so its worth trying out. Recommended!
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