/ NEW ARTICLE: Gogarth
Famed for its adventurous and occasionally serious climbs, Gogarth definitely suits the competent and experienced although Rhoscolyn and a number of the crags spread along the north coast of Anglesey provide a less committing option.
Guidebook author Simon Panton gives us the full low-down in this comprehensive article...
Read more at http://www.ukclimbing.com/articles/page.php?id=1850
Great article Simon.
wanna go, wanna go,wanna go!
Always did, but even more now. Having been saving it til I feel good enough.
I doubt the pics were deliberately picked to show climbers without helmets on!
Nice work on that too Kevin.
Loved the photos, and love the crag too. Really thought that the shot of Dream was spectacular, and that video still of Hollow Man was great too.
Not so sure about Streaky's shirts!! ;-)
My favourite thing about Gogarth is the awkwardness of conditions. It kind of means that it's really hard to get some routes dry and climbable, but when you do, it makes it even more special.
Yeah, I know - it sounds daft. But what's the point in writing a lengthy, informative article and then undermining the text with contradictory pictures?
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