Craig Lloer

Climbs 43 – Rocktype Rhyolite – Altitude ? – Faces NE

Crag features
Nice crag to escape the crowds. Fine quality rock, with easy grade routes, multi-pitch to 100 metres.

Access notes
Approach from Glan Dena at the east end of Llyn Ogwen (SH668606). There is ample parking along the main road. A track leads to Tal y Llyn farm. Just before the farm turn up right and walk along a wall to a stile. Go over this and then an initially faint path zigzags up the hillside west of Afon Lloer to a stone wall. After the wall the path eventually leads into the cwm, and so the llyn. The crag is beyond the llyn, as is a small flat area of ground on which to set up a nice little campsite for the weekend.

North Wales Climbs (2013), North Wales Classics (2010), North Wales Rock (2006), Ogwen and Carneddau (1993), Welsh Winter Climbs (1988)

Climbs at this crag

Sort climbs
 Climb nameGrade
2Central RouteVD  
3HhierVS 4b 1
4Good EggHVS 5a  
6The Eastern AreteD 10
7Kirkus's RouteVS 5a ***75
8First Trinity GrooveVD  
9The RibS *30
10Second Trinity GrooveS  
11Third Trinity GrooveHVS 5a 1
12Central RidgeVS 4b *17
13Grooved RidgeD 6
14North AreteD *22
15Bivouac ButtressD 1
16Slab Route IIVD  
17Slab Route IM 1
18Chimney ButtressD  
19Hale BopHVS 5a 1
21Broad Gully Ridge2 6
22Craig Lloer Spur3 *37
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