Mynydd Dinas

Climbs 28 – Rocktype Dolerite – Altitude 270m a.s.l – Faces ?

Crag features
The dolerite outcrops of rocks on Mynydd Dinas provide an opportunity for bouldering in a largely undeveloped area. The rock provides grit-like friction with the potential for a number of high-ball problems.

Carn Enoch and Garn Fawr provide the main interest, with several micro-routes on the north side of Garn Fawr, but some problems exist on the smaller Carnsefyll and Elephant's Arse Boulders.

You'll need a copy of the Climbers' Club (free) Interim Pembroke Bouldering Guide to locate the problems.

Approach notes
Approach from the road south from the centre of Dinas Cross. Some parking available on the left hand side of the road at the nearest point to the outcrops. Alternatively park at the viewing point above Dinas Cross.

Pembroke Vol 1 - North Pembroke (2013), Pembroke Bouldering Guide (2008)

Climbs at this crag

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 Climb nameGrade
1Freddie's NightmareV2 5c ***1
2Pete's SlabV2 5c 3
3MemoriamS 4b 4
4TombstoneVS 4b 3
5RememberanceS 4b **7
6Dougle the WondercatE1 5b *3
7Kenny Twatt *HS 4b 1
8Kamikaze LichenVS 4b * 
9Bunker MentalityE1 5c ** 
10StopgapVS 4b  
11Speed TrapE3 5a **1
12Andie's SlabV0- 4c 1
13RoofV1 5b 2
14Traverse of the lipV2 5b  
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Thanks to Climbing Club for the guide. Really enjoyed parts here - worth an afternoon's flail. Carn Enoch East Face was very grimy.. loved the short probs on the south side though. Garn Fawr was impressive. Cannot believe the cracks haven't been done!!! Proper line there - but N facing and wet. Elephant's Arse was pants.
JonmapDL - 16/Nov/14