Llangattock Escarpment (Chwar Pant y Rhiw)

Climbs 94 – Rocktype Limestone – Altitude 400m a.s.l – Faces NW

Crag features
The most popular part of Llangattock. Routes up to 42m, best being Passage of Time (E1 5b**), Cry Havoc (E2 5c**), More Fool You (E4 6a**).

Access notes
From the car park for the main area, take the trackto the RH edge of the eastern edge (small ruin). Here take the R fork in the track to te Pinnacle bay of this section.
Read more... Regional Access notes are available from the BMC.

Gower & SE Wales (1991)

Climbs at this crag

Sort climbs
  Climb nameGrade
1The PinnacleS
3Spirogyra CornerHS 4a
4White Wall DirectVS 4b *
5Little Red RoosterHVS 5b
6ExcaliburE1 5b
7SwitchbladeHVS 5a
8StraighterS *
11Apollo XIVS 4c
13Spiral StairsD
14Straight StairsVS 4b
15Original RouteD
16Pant-IngVS 4b
17Piton TraverseVD *
18Raven RouteVD *
19Crusty WallS
20Sad GrooveS
21John's JauntHVS 4c
22DusVS 4b
23The PedestalVS 4b
24Man About The HouseHVS 5c
25JailbirdHVS 5a
26The Creaking FlakesE1 5b
27EntertainerE2 5b
28Wildest DreamsE2 5c *
29Visions In BlueE4 6a
30Ramblin' SidS
32Hidden RibVD
33Hymns And AriasE1 5c
34Nice OneHS 4b
35Fingernail CrackS
36Break of DayHS 4a
37CuticleVS 4a
38Purple PuttyVS 4c
39High FrequencyE2 5b
40Heat Of The MomentE2 5b
41Strawberry FlareHVS 5a
42Little OverhangHVS 5a
43PurakaHVS 4c *
44Gold RushE1 5b *
45ApacheHVS 5a
46CowboyVS 4b
47Passage to AndreaE3 6a
48Julie AndreaE3 6a
49White TigerE3 5c *
50Wild LifeE2 6a
51Don't Walk Over My HeadVS 4b
52No Sh-tVS 4b
53Brere RabbitVD
54Rotten WallS
55Night ShiftHVS 5b
57Misty HazeHS 4a
58Missing LinkS
59DunnoHS 4a
60Middle CornerHS 4a
61Corner ButtressD
62Corner Buttress AreteVS 4b
63I Can See ClearlyVS 4c
64Man of MysteryVS 4b
65Suddenly Last SummerVS 4c
66Christmas SpiritVS 4b
67PerkVS 4b *
68Knight FlyerVS 4b
69Free RunnerVS 4c
70Cry HavocE2 5c **
71Passage of TimeE1 5b **
72Singapore SlingHVS 5a
73Belshazzars DreamVS 4b
74Thread BearHS 4b
75Dunno Direct *VS 4b
76Hangman *E4 6a
77More Fool You *7a+
78IQ Test *A2
79Heaven Can Wait *A1
* Climbs listed in red are waiting to be checked by a crag moderator, and may not be accurate.
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Spectacular setting, beautiful location. Rock is dense and blocky in places. Most, if not all, of the easier routes (Diff-Sev) have been trashed beyond belief by outdoor centres. I have never seen polish so bad. Apparently even the outdoor centres don't go there anymore as the routes are too trashed even for them. i.e. if you are thinking of this location as somewhere to start leading, look elsewhere. Anything above severe appears OK though.
John_Hat - 28/Aug/07