|I have put a second hanger on the (formerly single) lower off of both Snaffel Attack and Breast Stroke in a D Cup. Both routes in good condition and contain great boulder problems with decent holds **|
alan rosier - 09/Aug/15
|Not a place to be wearing shorts if you want to get to the wye sector and tricky to find routes, that said i will be back as lots of quality routes
Heady days needs new bolt hanger 2 bolt threads sticking out, i left a mallion in place so people can retreat|
jjsk8a - 12/Jul/15
|Very large, very loose block behind the tree to the right of (I think) Dabawallah. Gave us a scare, and we ran away quickly. Take care!|
Rosi - 20/Jun/15
|Bolt hangar missing on Heady Days (3rd from top). Unless you're feeling exceptionally confident, this makes the route unclimbable - you'd be looking at decking on the ledge if you fell from the prow.|
whenry - 23/May/15
|My first time yesterday at ban y gor. And what a place. Like nothing else I've done in the wye valley. Powerful roof climbing. Took my first fall to. Will be back soon for some more. Brilliant.|
luke glaister - 08/Mar/15
|don't know what had happened to the crawl buttress rope - removed by someone for reasons unknown. Anyway, we replaced it with a new one this evening. Used the rest to put a knotted rope down the fallen tree-trunk round the corner. This seems very benign at the moment but is horrid to climb up and down after rain!|
hms - 24/Jun/14
|Take your insect repellent! Mosquitos are out in force at the moment.|
katherinesydney - 10/Sep/12
|Lux, Accuracy, Costner's Last Stand, Boys Don't Cry, and No Way Out, are all now (21 Aug 11) de-vegetated and clean. The path at the base of the crag has been cleared as far as No Way out.|
alan rosier - 21/Aug/11
|The best sport crag in my opinion the area and some interesting trad too. Starting to get more popular since the most recent guide book.|
tombeasley - 18/Jul/10
|Cool if you like tackling powerful roofs.... I guess.|
Jon_Warner - 01/Jun/10
|Went down to the main wall the other day and the path is covered with nettles, getting really overgrown again.
Might go down with some shears and strimmer haha.|
chris.elson - 24/Jun/09
|BMC(?) done it, the fallen trees are out of the way and access to the Main cliff is now unobstructed.|
alan rosier - 29/Mar/09
There has been a rise in popularity of routes on the Main Cliff, keeping the majority in a good and climbable condition.
Some bramble removal / ground clearance / levelling work has been undertaken at the foot of the main cliff to make the path a little less fraught.
Gary Gibson has given his approval for intermediate lower offs to be placed on existing routes on the half height terrace. If undertaken, this will mean a good number of easier grade vertical routes here (generally Fr 5+ to Fr 6b) and that the path may stay in a good condition.
A rope has been placed between existing bolts on Crawl Buttress to make the traverse across quicker and less ‘death defying’.
There are a couple of fallen trees at the left hand end the buttress which makes accessing the Main Cliff difficult. The agenda of the last local area BMC meeting included the removal of these trees…?|
alan rosier - 27/Mar/09
|The main cliff is cleaning up nicely now.
Gary Gibson has informally agreed that mid height lower offs can be installed along the main terrace in order to facilitate a series of easier pitches in the range of Fr 5+ to Fr 6b+.
Hopefully if this is undertaken it will increase the traffic across this area and keep it in good condition.
A hand rope has been placed across the traverse of crawl butress to aid crossing quickly and easily.
There is a tree fallen at the left hand end of Crawl Buttress which makes the walk in a bit of a pain, clambering behind a large root bound boulder. The BMC have been asked to fund the specialist removal of this tree and loose rock and the recent local area meeting was to address this issue...?|
alan rosier - 23/Mar/09
|Its all steep and pumpy and dirty and dismal. But dont let me put you off :) |
The Pylon King - 23/Aug/08