St Tudnos

Climbs 29 – Rocktype Limestone – Altitude 98m a.s.l – Faces NW

Guidebooks
North Wales Rock (2006),
Out of print: North Wales Limestone - Fax08 (1997)

Climbs at this crag

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 Climb nameGrade
 UPPER  
2I'm Spartacus6c **2
3No, I'm Spartacus6b+ **5
4Rachael6a+ *6
5the grooveS 4a 4
6the cornerVS 4b 2
7the rampS 4a  
8chimney crackHS 4b 2
9human erosionHVS 5a 3
10PawsE1 5b 5
11So long and thanks for all the fishE5 6a/b **1
12Gritstone GorillaE3 5c 25
13Gritstone Gorilla DirectE4 **6
14Limestone LemurE2 5c 15
15GoliathE3 6a 2
16Tales Of Future PastE4 6c  
17Puerto Rican HarlemE4 6c  
18Rest and be ThankfulE2 5c 2
19And All Hell Broke LooseE2 5c  
20Fool's ParadiseE2 5b 1
21Pile DriverE1 5b 9
 MAIN  
23Life in the Slow Lane6a+ 2
24speed livin'E2 5b 2
25Red OctoberE3 5c 1
26OceansideE2 5c **4
 MOVED CLIMBS  
28TealE2 5c 2
29The Tern6c+ 1
30Silent VoicesE2 5c 1
31The Unforgiven7a 1
32Ivy Wall DirectE5 6a * 
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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
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