This east and south-facing crag faces the Dinas bird sanctuary and overlooks one of the most beautiful stretches of the Towy river. The rock is a strangly weathered schist with numerous horizontal slots ideal for cams.
The main wall is south facing, above it a short wall sports a few short routes, below numerous small outcrops could provide some entertainment. The east face is slabby and broken.
The best approaches are from the bridge below Craig Clungwyn, GR 776471 (limited parking). Climb the slope north of the bridge for 30 metres to a faint path leading east. Stay on this path till almost past the crag then walk up steep grassy slopes to the base (25mins).
Upper Towy Valley Climbs
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