Serengeti

Climbs 45 – Rocktype Slate – Altitude 300m a.s.l – Faces E

Crag features
Contains the wonderful Seamstress Slab, which is as good an introduction to slate as any, with Seamstress (VS 4c) and Seams The Same (E1 5b), both low in the grade. Also offers rather fiercer E6s and E7s if you'd prefer.

Access notes
From the dip in the path by Dali's Hole continue for about 200m past a circular slate air vent on the L. Walk back a few metres later between the vent and fence up a little path. Don't jump the fence. At the second level bear R past a large hut (some rail lines) to the Serengeti Plain.

Guidebooks
North Wales Climbs (2013), North Wales Rock (2006), Slate (1992), The Slate Wiki

Climbs at this crag

Sort climbs
 Climb nameGrade
 PETER PAN WALL  
2UnsexualE2 5a *11
3Peter Pan6a+ **387
4Nick the Chisel7b *20
5Sans chisel variation6b *63
6Hole in OneVS 4c 4
7Walking PneumoniaVS 5a 1
8Stick's GrooveVS 4b 11
9Stuck up FruhstuckE1 5c 3
 SEAMSTRESS SLAB  
11Karabiner Cruise6c  
12Diagonal Dilemma7b *1
13No ProblemE4 6b 1
14Y Gwaedlyd7a *12
15Silent HomecomingE2 5c 22
16Neat AreteVS 5b *69
17Broken MemoriesE5 6a  
18Yorkshire VDHS 14
19Balance of PowerE4 6a *4
20The Book of Brilliant ThingsE5 6a **11
21Out of AfricaE5 6b **7
22Stack of Nudebooks Meets the StickmanE4 6a 60
23Slug Club SpecialE5 6a **210
24SeamstressVS 4c **1764
25Seam, StressE6 6a **8
26Seams the SameE1 5b **1403
27My HaloE7 6b **34
28Windows of PerceptionE6 7a *9
29The Medium8a **14
30Heading the Shot7a+ ***200
31The Stick UpE2 5b *18
 ROUND THE BACK OF SLAB  
33Proless Cliff's AreteE2 5b 5
34Proliferation Bang OnE3 6a 2
 OPPOSITE THE SLAB  
36Laund AreteE4 6b 2
37The Mark of ThorE3 5c  
38Exploding Goats4c 51
39All For One5a 35
40Quelle Surprise5a 55
 YELLOW WALL  
42Short Staircase to the StarsE3 6a 30
43Slippery PeopleE2 6a **344
44Tentative DecisionsE5 6a **25
45Loved by a SneerE4 5c 3
46The Spirit LevelE7 6b  
47The Great CurveE2 5c *78
48Remain in LightE4 6a **62
49Long Distance RunnerE3 5c 5
50The Regular AmountV6 1
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an awesome crag. Normally out of the wind, and south facing too, so it makes a great day out. Routes go between VS-Esomething silly, so caters for a lot of people.
Nils - 04/Nov/03