Bryn y Dyfrgi

Climbs 39 – Rocktype UNKNOWN – Altitude 495m a.s.l – Faces SE

Crag features
Bryn y Dyfrgi consists of a tiered buttress. It has a 16 metre high south face and 12 metre high east face which offer a good collection of steep hard single pitch routes on good rock.

The very short lower east face has a few harder routes on its right end which provide good bouldering highballs in the 7a/7b area

Access notes
Follow the road to the bothy by the lake then countour around the lake to the buttress

Guidebooks
Meirionnydd (2002)

Climbs at this crag

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 Climb nameGrade
1MabinogionHVS 5a * 
2Sounds Like DrumsE4 5c * 
3Shamanic VoicesE5 6a ** 
4MaguaE5 6a * 
5MohicanE2 5c * 
6WigE1 5b  
7WamE2 5c  
8War CryE3 5c ** 
9Spirit from the CageE5 6b *** 
10Speaking in TonguesE5 6a/b ** 
11Leather BootsVS 5a  
12Third Time LuckyE3 6a  
13Otters DreamingE2 5c ** 
14The Lizard of IdE4 6a ** 
15Chorus of StoneE3 6a  
16Bald Man's AreteE2 5b  
17Moon DogE1 5b * 
18Mouldy MormonsE1 5b  
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