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Angel Bay Conwy, WALES
Climbs 100 – Rocktype Limestone – Altitude 6m a.s.l – Faces NW
"Upper Craig-Y-Don offers probably the best introduction to climbing on this headland - with no access problems and compact, clean rock. The longest and most dramatic routes are to be found around the hidden side of the headland - in the exciting Great Zawn. This zawn is an incredible place to climb, being a sheer, almost featureless slab of unique rock rising straight out of the sea." Andy Pollitt, North Wales Limestone.
Beach bouldering. Apparently, "a favourite training site for Coast Guard Rescue Teams". Take note.
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North Wales Bouldering / Bowldro Gogledd Cymru (2004),
Out of print: North Wales Limestone - Fax08 (1997)
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Guys when I go into Tom Smiths Stone Top, it comes up with this I have it down as near Grey Nag, its a a 2000 summit at 637 in the Nuttalls ?|
Andy Merrick - 17/May/11