Manor Crag

Climbs 17 – Rocktype Limestone – Altitude 74m a.s.l – Faces S

Crag features
A set of low roofs, with a short walk-in. Mainly overhanging cracks and traverses on offer. Worth a look if the cave has condensed.

Access notes
Park in the pub carpark as for Craig y Don/The Diamond. On foot, turn right out of the carpark and follow the path (on lefthand side of road) until a gate on the left. Go through this (the crag is now directly above you but the view is obscured) and follow the curving path up and left. By the wooden sign turn left to reach a set of low rooves. You are here.

Guidebooks
North Wales Bouldering / Bowldro Gogledd Cymru (2004),
Out of print: North Wales Limestone - Fax08 (1997), North Wales Limestone (1987)

Climbs at this crag

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  Climb nameGrade
1XexuE1 5b *
2Lost Lens CornerVS 4c
3AndromedaV8 *
4JawaV6 **
5The Heeling ProcessV5 *
6Cracked Roof RighthandV5 *
7Patch's CrackV6 **
8Canal Street Horror ShowV6 *
9Mr BlondeV8 *
10Why do I have to be Mr Pinkf6C+ *
11Stuck in the Middlef6C *
12The Severed Earf7A **
13Nice Guy Eddief6B *
14The Lime and the Coconutf6C+ *
15Madsenf7A+ **
16Oilseed What?f7A+ *
17ManorismV6 *
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