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Gogarth North Stack (Easter Island Gully) Gogarth and Anglesey, WALES
Climbs 45 – Rocktype Quartzite – Altitude 43m a.s.l – Faces W
Easter Island Gully cliffs are actually the left-hand continuation of the Main Cliff, but are generally considered a separate area due to the difficult access. Not as high as Main Cliff, but well worth a visit. Good selection of quality routes across the grades, and it is usually possible to climb several routes in a day once an abseil rope has been rigged. If you are unsure about your ability to climb out, consider leaving a rope in place. Single and multi-pitch routes to 65 metres.
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North Wales Climbs (2013), Gogarth North (2009), Gogarth (1990)
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Tidal. Please consult the general Craig Gogarth page for access notes.
Access for most routes is via an easy sea level traverse. This is affected by the tides and swell.
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