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Graigola Swansea, WALES
Climbs 4 – Rocktype Sandstone (hard) – Altitude ? – Faces SW
A steep overlapping wall tucked away in a hollow in the woods above a mineshaft, with a small number of spectacular middle grade routes. It is reasonably quick to dry after the winter and the routes can remain dry even in light rain.
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From the A4067, B4291 roundabout at Glais, follow the B4291 towards Glais and take the first left to a minor road (Ynys-Y-Mond Road) running parallel to the A4067. About 1 mile down the road, is a lane, cutting back sharply to the right and leading to a row of cottages. Park here. Walk up past the cottages, then strike up and left on a good path through the woods to reach the hollow on the left after about 5 minutes.
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