Moel Ddu

Climbs 12 – Rocktype Welsh igneous – Altitude 330m a.s.l – Faces ?

Crag features
A series of small buttresses set high up on the slopes of Moel Ddu. Described in the Climbers Club journal 1957 as follows.

"M J Harris and J. Neil visited these cliffs on 7th March 1954 and scrambled up a line which appears to be the same as Holly Buttress. They found the crags so broken that any line would be very artificial, joining up isolated areas of rock seperated by heather. They considered that neither their route worth recording in detail nor was the crag worthy of further exploration."

Guidebooks
Tremadog (2010)

Climbs at this crag

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  Climb nameGrade
 CRAIG Y LLYS 
2Gelli'r HaulHS 4b
3Llys y MynyddHS 4a
 CLOGWYN Y CELYN 
5Holly ButtressVD
6North Edge RouteD
7Juniper CrackVD
8South Face ClimbD
9Llygad yr HaulMVS 4b
 CRAIG GLASLYN 
11Simddau FawrS
12CleddyfMVS 4b
13CnwcHVS 5a
14Gorwedd nol a meddwlVS 5a
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