/ Best crabs for sport climbing in N/Wales?

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L RPowell - on 16 Mar 2019

Any recommendations for sport climbing crags in N/Wales to visit in the summer. Ideas for weekends away.  Ideally well bolted 👍🏾

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Ron Rees Davies - on 16 Mar 2019
In reply to RPowell:

What grade range?

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Anti-faff - on 16 Mar 2019
In reply to RPowell:

Sticks or cakes?

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AlanLittle - on 16 Mar 2019
In reply to RPowell:

DMM.

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Mike505 on 16 Mar 2019
In reply to AlanLittle:

Good shout, Petzl ones might not be allowed to work in Wales post Brexit.

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john arran - on 16 Mar 2019
In reply to RPowell:

You could try asking Chris Crabbs.

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Kipper-Phil Smith - on 17 Mar 2019
In reply to RPowell:

When I go sport climbing in North Wales I usually have Cancer pagurus (Edible Crab) in my Sandwhich. 

hope that helps

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profitofdoom on 17 Mar 2019
In reply to RPowell:

Best are Alaskan King Crabs - they have a tremendous reach

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profitofdoom on 17 Mar 2019
In reply to Kipper-Phil Smith:

> When I go sport climbing in North Wales I usually have Cancer pagurus (Edible Crab) in my Sandwhich.

Edible Crab, Kipper?

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McHeath - on 17 Mar 2019
In reply to Kipper-Phil Smith:

> When I go sport climbing in North Wales I usually have Cancer pagurus (Edible Crab) in my Sandwhich. 

Your sand which has what?

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jmerrick21 - on 17 Mar 2019
In reply to RPowell:

Look for places with lots of pinches.

Bring your soft shell 

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full stottie on 17 Mar 2019

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