Altitude 98m a.s.l
gritstone gorilla, E3, Keith Phizacklea © the clamp
Choughs are nesting here again in 2016, so the seasonal restriction is now in force on the whole of Lower St Tudno's crag . Signs will be placed on the approach path to advise of this.
The approach path and belays at the base of the routes are very exposed and on a steep grass slope above a considerable drop - make sure the belayer is tied on (there are belay bolts along the base of the crag) and that the rope is long enough as many routes are longer than 30m. There have been very tragic accidents here in the past due to belaying/rope length issues.
|Bring super-glue. The old guide book recorded most of the routes on the upper tier as loose, and they weren't joking!|
Pete_Frost - 20/Nov/14