Altitude 250m a.s.l
Hangover © jim jones
Excellent rock, with steep routes; often sunny when the mountain crags are in cloud (read: rain). Pitches up to 150ft.
The crag overlooks the car park by Pont y Pair, the bridge at the NW end of the village.
|The photo of the approach in the Rockfax book has a sign in it - that sign is no longer present, but the approach is still easy to find.|
MatthewV - 26/Apr/15
|Conwy Buttress quite vegetated in April 2014 when we visited - limited climbs easily available|
beksch - 14/Apr/14
|Access advice: from the Pont y Pair car park follow the road up until, after a 100m or so, you reach a sharp right turn (residential road shown as a cul-de-sac). After about 100m this becomes a tarmac Forestry Commission road which soon turns sharp left past three houses on the right. After these take a right on a rough forest road then a footpath towards Pen-yr-Allt. Take a right by a seat and Main Cliff is above you.|
Rog Wilko - 06/Jun/10