Climbs 11
Rocktype UNKNOWN
Altitude 238m a.s.l
Faces SE

The caseg bach boulder © string arms

Crag features

Two boulders down by the Aber Caseg. The main one catches the sun all day ( until around 5pm) and they are in a lovely secluded spot. The central groove on the main boulder is a good feature and is a fine problem. Landings are flat.

Approach notes

approach as for the caseg boulder but instead of turning up left where the road forks to park at the top of the road, park carefully wherever you can without blocking either the road or taking the local residents places and walk straight ahead along the lower road past the football field to the little bridge. hop over the wall on the left(man passio sign) and follow the track through the fields and through two caps in the walls to where the path turns sharply up and left. This boulder is directly ahead and has a wall on top of it. (dont be alarmed you can only see the back of it!) 5 mins from leaving the road.

There are a couple of short clips of this boulder on you tube under north wales bouldering. This will give you idea of what its like before before a visit.
string arms - 02/Apr/12
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Climbs at this crag

Climb name Grade
1Fitz like a glovef5+ 2
2Stage Frightf5+ *2
3Tony two slapsf6C *3
4Code Breakerf6C *1
5Scag Beachf6C **1
6Elevatorf5+ **4
7Undercut Strutf6C 1
8moss slabf6A+ *1
9Moss ArÍtef5+ 1
10Moss Wallf5+ 1
11Moss Side.f6A+ 1

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