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Gogarth North Stack (North Stack Wall) Gogarth and Anglesey, WALES
Climbs 33 – Rocktype Quartzite – Altitude Tidal – Faces S
Features some of the most serious routes in the area -- which says a great deal of the standard of climbing required here. Steady head compulsory. Classics include "The Cad" and "The Bells! The Bells!". Half the number of routes here weigh in at E6 or above. Some aid-fun can be had in the Parliament House Cave on a rainy day. A mixture of single-, and multi-pitch climbs to 45 metres.
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North Wales Climbs (2013), Gogarth North (2009), Gogarth (1990)
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Some routes left of "The Cad" affected by tide. Please consult the general Craig Gogarth entry for access notes.
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one of the most atmospheric and important crags for traditional ascents. Truly one of the greats, sadly becoming over looked as bouldering gains in popularity|
Matt - 18/May/05