Pont y Gromlech Slabs

Climbs 15 – Rocktype Rhyolite – Altitude 250m a.s.l – Faces E

Crag features
A number of good slabby high boulder problems. Landings not very friendly (I would suggest a mat and spotters). Makes a very good contrast to the Cromlech boulders as it has a number of very techinical problems of a type the Cromlech has few if any of. A number of the topouts are high and a bit scary!

Additionally, a popular area for easy toproping with kids or groups opn the slabs flanking the routes listed here.

The Seam V3 is by far the classic of the crag.

Guidebooks
Llanberis (2009), North Wales Bouldering / Bowldro Gogledd Cymru (2004),
Out of print: Llanberis (2003)

Climbs at this crag

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  Climb nameGrade
 MAIN SLABS 
2P1V0+ *
3DescentV0-
4P2V4 **
5P3V2
6P4V1 **
7P5V2 **
8P6V3 *
9P7V1 **
10The SeamV3 ***
11P9(Traverse)V5 **
 RIGHT-HAND SLABS 
13Johnny's ProblemV4 *
14The crompressor(traverse)V5 *
 IN FRONT OF MAIN SLABS 
16Not PoodleV4
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