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Moelfre (Anglesey) Gogarth and Anglesey, WALES
Climbs 14 – Rocktype Limestone – Altitude 12m a.s.l – Faces E
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.
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Boulder Britain (2011)
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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.
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