Two walls, one good. A couple of good long 6b+/6cs make a (single) visit worth while, though they may need cleaning. Some old bolts, plenty of new ones.
Unfortunately no longer accessible as the crag is part of someone garden. Wish I had a private crag!
A bash through ferns from the road by the golf club picks up a poor path on the left edge of the quarry. Be careful not to walk over the cliff edge and it's probably best to keep a low profile.
South East Wales Sports Climbs (1995)
|1||Unnamed #1||E2 5c|
|3||Poisonous Little Toad||7b||1|
|4||Muck And Germs||HVS 5a||1|
|6||Golf Syndrome||7a *||1|
|8||Fairway To Heaven||6c||1|
|9||Time For Tee||6c ***||2|
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|The crag is now a residential back garden.|
alan rosier - 08/Dec/08
|look on www.sportsclimbs.co.uk to find this and "Golf club crag"|
mad matt - 16/Feb/05