Esgeiriau

Climbs 20 – Rocktype Rhyolite – Altitude ? – Faces NE

Crag features
Esgeiriau refers to multitude of little crags which make up the NE spur of Llechog. The Climbers' Club Llanberis guide describes about 5 of these crags.

Access notes
The foot of the spur is best approached from the A4086, heading up the hill behind the cottage of Cwm Glas Bach. first crag encountered is Waliau Isaf, then in asending order Cam Cyntaf, Disgynfa, Craig Cribflaen and Craig Uchel. Page 267 in the guide

Guidebooks
Llanberis (2009),
Out of print: Llanberis (2003), Llanberis Pass (1994)

Climbs at this crag

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  Climb nameGrade
1Cwm GlasHS 3c
2EsgeiriauHVS 5a
3Bryn FforchE1 5b
4Mur MawrHVS 5a
5CadlasHVS 5b
6Coed GwydirS 3a
7chwarae pocedHVS 4c
8Yr HolltHVS 5b
9jug handleVD
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