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Dyffryn Neath Port Talbot, WALES
Climbs 46 – Rocktype Sandstone (hard) – Altitude 200m a.s.l – Faces E
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is this the obvious quarry you can see off to the right from the A465 if you're heading toward Swansea way? Just before you get to the M4 j43 I think. What ever that crag is looks impressive!|
pdrums777 - 06/Oct/12
Beware midges Period!! Great venue,well worth a visit, well worth a few actually.Most of the stuff is above my sad,pathetic grade,but a great place to learn.
Carpe Diem - 18/Jun/09
brill little venue, nicely settled in the woods with a good view of the bay from the tops of the walls. Beautiful in the sun, well worth an afternoon climb, beware midges near sundown!
Samo - 23/May/09
really good for the 6a/6b climber with some nice 5's to warm up on.it has seepage when its been raining but still and excellent venue.
josephjones - 03/May/09
Pants!! What a waste of bolthangers!
james anderson - 09/May/08