Climbs 13
Rocktype Quartzite
Altitude 1432m a.s.l
Faces N

Crag features

The Cromlech was one of the first crags in the valley to be developed and features easy access and straightforward descents (some abseils). Like much of the rock on the south side of the Samazar Valley track, it faces north and is useful for providing shade on very hot days. No outstanding classics but good 1-3 pitch climbs on solid rock.

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Climbs at this crag

Climb name Grade
1Another Wide Crack
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HVS  
2Big Wide Crack
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HVS * 
3Curfew
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HVS * 
4Little Big Crack
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E1 * 
5Hole in the Wall
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E1  
6Initiation Test
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E2  
7Foiled Memory
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E1 * 
8True Gripe
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E3 **1
9Telegraph Road
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E2 ** 
10The Sabre
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E1 * 
11Hidden Turmoil
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E1 ** 
12Raingods
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E1 * 
13Don't Panic
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E1  

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