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Tryfan Fach (Little Tryfan)

Gwynedd, WALES

Climbs 25 – Rocktype Rhyolite – Altitude 351m a.s.l – Faces NW

Crag features
Mainly easy slab routes, great beginner's area. Multi-pitch to 80 metres.

Access notes
Cliff is situated at the base of Cwm Tryfan, only a short walk beyond Gwern y Gof Uchaf, appearing as a rock spur shooting out of the hillside.

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Guidebooks
North Wales Climbs (2013), Ogwen (2010), North Wales Classics (2010), Ogwen and Carneddau (1993)

Climbs at this crag

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 Climb nameGradex
1Little Tryfan AreteM **796
2Crack 1D 811
3Crack 2D 845
4Crack 3D 538
5Slab 1VD 536
6Slab 2S 4a 589
7Crack 4D 644
8Chimney CrackD 571
9Left hand Slab RouteD 182
10Central Slab RouteVD 440
11Right RibS 4a 304
12Left Edge RouteVD 163
13Stepped CrackD 308
 Climb nameGradex
14Mossy SlabS 4a 345
15Overlap SlabS 3c 175
16Tryfan Fach Scramble3 **134
17Moss SlabsM 25
18Zig ZagM 60
19Right EdgeM 31
20Worm Hole (The North WallVD 10
21Klingon (The North Wall)HS 8
22Nerd Corner (The North Wall)S *18
23Space Time Continuum (The North Wall)VS 4c *11
24Left Edge VD 12
25Sidewinder Split *HS 4a 2
* Climbs listed in red are waiting to be checked by a crag moderator, and may not be accurate.
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Agree with other comments that this is a superb place for beginners to learn on. However, its also very polished and placing good protection is difficult so I would suggest that the grading in uptodate books is about right - more VDiff/HVDiff than Mod now IMHO
jester69 - 02/Apr/12

I was climbing here with a group on saturday 15th October and one of my group picked up a stack of gear left behind. If it belongs to you let me know and i will try and get it back to you.
kivi - 17/Oct/11

Was introduced to climbing here a few years ago. Easter 2011 saw me introducing my partner, luckylegs to climbing outdoors and me to leading and multipitching. Fantastic slab.
Neil Watson - 11/May/11

Lots of mod and diff cracks but there is some severe stuff between them. Also great fun to watch the instructors leading groups :)
the colonel - 21/Sep/09

good for beginners, but don't take the grading too seriously . most of it is mod or dif.
adam06 - 21/Jul/08

great begginers crag to teach someone how to climb multipitch stuff
tomster - 12/Apr/08

One of the best beginners crag I've ever been to. Quality, one of my fave crags
2pints - 30/Jun/06

Alot of the spikes that people can use for belays are now working lose, be careful.
Paul at work - 11/Oct/05

Fantastic crag to either cut your teeth multipitching or introducing a climbing partner to it. The rock is sound with good gear placements and an aspect that catches afternoon sun.
Steve Malsher - 02/Aug/04

Very good little camp site at foot Little Tryfan open all year,good showers was there over new year only 2.50 per night per person.
Jim - 27/Jun/03