/ Good places to climb in Wales

Anonymous on 21 Nov 2016 - 213.165.147.162 whois?
I folks. Im bringing my children (10 and12) to Wales next weekend. We like to climb easy routes. Any suggestions?
RyanOsborne - on 21 Nov 2016
In reply to Anonymous:

Whereabouts in Wales?
claire14 on 21 Nov 2016
SenzuBean - on 21 Nov 2016
In reply to Anonymous:

Depends on your kids surely! If they're not used to climbing in cold crummy weather, then better go visit the Beacon. If they're proper 'ard, then the suggestions above.
Ron Rees Davies - on 21 Nov 2016
In reply to Anonymous:

"Wales" is a big place.

Narrow it down a bit (NE/NW/Mid/SE/SW) and we might be able to give more helpful suggestions, although at the moment everything is pretty cold and wet
Chriss cross on 21 Nov 2016 - vivg0110-024-226.cust.uk.mdnx.net
In reply to Anonymous:

I'm sure there are some places where you could take children, but I would be careful. A friend of mine took her 7 year old son climbing in Scotland and he ended up breaking his leg for not being careful enough. In general, I'd say that climbing is not for young children.
Ron Rees Davies - on 21 Nov 2016
In reply to Chriss cross:

What?
You are seriously suggesting the OP shouldn't be taking a 10 and 12 year old climbing?
I doubt many people on this forum share that view.
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springfall2008 - on 24 Nov 2016
In reply to Anonymous:

We found Symond's Yat works well, provided you know how to set up top ropes - try the area around here:
Louisiana Belle (HS 4b)