Marquess of Anglesey Boulders

Climbs 57 – Rocktype UNKNOWN – Altitude ? – Faces ?

Crag features
An accessible selection of Boulders scattered amongst the woods near the Marquess of Anglesey's Column. The boulders offer a variety of problems and traverses on aretes, slabs and steep leaning walls. A good selection of problems in the lower grades lending itself to a varied circuit in pleasant suroundings.

Access notes
Park in the Car park and follow the path towards the Marquess of Anglesy's Column. The 3 large boulders (The Column Boulders) are located just left of the steps leading up to the cottage by the Column. To the right of the path The Column Butress is clearly visible beyond this lie High Ball Wall, Iron Ring Wall, Ruined Cottage Boulder, Twin Tree Boulder.

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Came down from menai bridge the other day. Not bad spot if you cant be bothered to heading into the pass. Got quite a few photos. Cant really add them to the problems though, I havent a clue which ones they are!
mkeeves - 26/Mar/11
Not a bad spot, not sure what rock this is either but could do with some pics and topo's as its impossible to find any one problem....unless you created it that is :)
tommakin - 20/Nov/09
better than i expected. not bad if your local to the area
adam06 - 30/Mar/09
Do you have more up to date information?

These details were last updated on 14/Oct/2014
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