Natural limestone outcrop. 6 meter high wall. Giving mostly vertical problems and a couple of slabs. Quite fingery on the steeper stuff and bit sharp. Technically interesting. All the problems are highballs but still a friendly place. The landings are all onto flat hard rock but ok if you have Bouldering mat.
High Tides might affect all climbs , Be careful of any loose rock.
Morning Sun. Dries out quick and doesn't seep much.
Boulder Britain book by Niall Grimes has all the info. Discription above comes mainly from here.
No access problems as yet.
Get to MOELFRE, on isle of Anglesey. Park.
Follow coastal path east from in front of the cafe for 100m then scramble down to wall.
Boulder Britain (2011)
|1||Slabby Scoop||VB 4a|
|2||Scoop Right-Hand||VB 3c|
|3||Vertical Groove||VB 4b|
|4||Rattly Arete||VB 3c||2|
|5||Left Ramp||VB 3a||2|
|6||Right Ramp||VB 3a||2|
|7||Slab with Borehole||V0- 4c||2|
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