Treherbert Quarrry (Rhondda Pillar)

Climbs 58 – Rocktype Sandstone (hard) – Altitude 326m a.s.l – Faces ?

Crag features
A great crag in a stunning position,almost a mountain crag feel. Can be bracing in winter due to it's exposed position but less seepage than you would expect as seperate from the main mountain. The old routes have been regeared as appropriate and most remaining trad routes are equipped with belays/lower offs, To complement the refreshed classic old lines there are numerous new lower grade sport routes and bouldering,well worth the walk whatever your tastes!

Approach notes
The crag lies up the mountainside above Treherbert railway station - a convenient way of arriving if on train/foot. If coming by car drive to the same place and park. Cross over to the far side of the railway turn left and follow a track for 100m until a short cut up and left across a stream, then take the track up right. Continue up this for 1/4 mile, until a trail breaks off left at a wooden seat. This trail leads directly up to the crag in about 20 minutes .Take your time and enjoy the scenic walk!

Gower & South-East Wales (2004), Gower & SE Wales (1991), South Wales Mountaineering Club Wiki

Climbs at this crag

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 Climb nameGrade
2Jedstarf6C ***2
3Dusty Springfieldf6B *2
5The Thin Drum4c 6
6Gallow's Step5c 3
7Grunter Ass6b+ *5
8Lynch 'EmE5 6a 2
9Exterminate All Bolt ThievesE4 6a *5
10String 'Em Up5a 5
11Exhumate All Trad BeliefsVS 4b  
12Seb Eats Shite6a+ 3
13Coprophagic Canine6a+ 4
14Do Doo ItVS 4b  
15Faecal Finger Of Fate6a+ *4
16Double Or Squits6b 4
18Spoilt Bastard6a *5
19Uncle Eddie Meets The Modern Parents6a+ *4
20Student Grant6a *2
21Biffa Bacon6a+ *4
22Johnny Fartpants6a+ *1
23Little Big EgoE2 6a  
24Submerged By BlubberE2 5b  
25Scrotal Scratch Mix6a *1
26Baker DayHS 4b 3
27Blubberf6A+ *2
28Blubber Right HandVB *2
29The Grufff6A *2
31Tally Whore5c  
32Litter All LoutV0+ 5a *1
33Blood DreadV1 5c * 
34Kruger Wallf7B ***1
36Lone Boulder Left Handf6A **4
37Lone Boulder Right Handf2+ **2
38Amy's Problemf2+ **4
39Treherbert Traversef6B **4
41Rowan Jelly5c ***10
42Mint Sauce6a+ **6
43Lamb Leer DiseaseE1 5b *9
44Bizarre GeetarE3 6a 4
45Nosepicker7a+ **3
46ThumbsuckerE5 6a ***5
47Nailbiter6c+ *3
49Drinks At The Dog And Hammer5c 2
50Billy The FishHVS 4c  
51Clock Sucker4c 6
52Crock Licker6b **11
53Terry Forkwit6a+ **10
54Norbert Colon Meets The Fat Slags6a *10
56Buster Gonads5c 3
57Powered By Simian Love FuelHVS 5a 1
58Mickey's Monkey Spunk MopedVS 4c 1
59A Fish Called Rhondda5a 4
61Crescent Wanker5c *4
62She's A Squirter!!5c 4
63The Day The Drill Conked Out5a 5
64Burning Brush6b+ 2
65Brush DownHS 4b * 
67Jedlingef6C ***2
68Power Hourf7A+ ***2
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Wow!"defianetly" a significant solo of Thumbsucker by dimacmorris. S.Wales sandstone trad routes don't often get repeats never mind solos.Glad to see you negotiated the rubbly top out ok.
freelunchprovider - 16/Feb/15
There were plenty of bolts there 2days ago,nice and sunny on the back crag and towers too.
freelunchprovider - 23/May/14
Sounds like you have stumbled upon a troll, Kev.
alan rosier - 28/May/12
Where on earth are the new bolts mentioned in the descriptions?! Was there today and the routes are as per the original descriptions. There are remains of old PR's and the odd old bolt but certainly no shiny 5 bolts!
KH - 20/May/12