Clogwyn Llo (aka Cwm Glas Facet)

Climbs 29 – Rocktype Rhyolite – Altitude 400m a.s.l – Faces NW

Crag features
Initially looks unpromising, with large ledges, but provides some good climbs at all levels with single- and muli-pitch routes up to 300ft. Probably best for Far From The Madding Throng (E2 5c), which it all is.

Access notes
Follow a track from behind Cwn Glas cottage, passing behind a ruined building and then acquires walls. At the old wire fence bear up and L to a stone wall below a broken area of minor cliffs. Above is the crag proper.

Llanberis (2009),
Out of print: Llanberis (2003), Llanberis Pass (1994)

Climbs at this crag

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  Climb nameGrade
2AratnerphobiaE2 5c
3SubstanceE4 5c
4Catflea MassacreE3 5c
5Forty Years OnVS 4c
6Fox GloveS
7Of Mice and MenE3 5c
8Tafod y GorsVS 4b
9ThemaE1 5b *
10Inoculation WallHS
11Profound LichenE1 5b
12Leurve ShackVS 4c
13The Wrath of Grapes IIHVS 5b
14Swine Flu WallS
16Lore and Hors d'oeuvreVS 4c *
17The Band of HopeD
18BetaVS 4c *
19Melons Rip My FleshE5 6a
20KermitE6 6b
21Far From The Madding ThrongE2 5c **
22The TryptychE1 5c *
23Spanking For BegginersE5 6b *
24Eager SubmissionE3 5c *
25MelancholonyE7 6b **
26DolefulE4 6b
27The DolemenE3 6a
28GrazerE6 6a
29That's LifeE4 6a
30Two DogsE5 6a
31The Bed of NailsE2 5c *
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These details were last updated on 22/Mar/2012

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