Altitude 230m a.s.l
Mynydd y Graig © stafford101
A selection of micro routes overlooking the village of Rhiw. Located towards the southern end of the Rhiw hills on the Lleyn peninsula.
Routes are between 6 and 9 metres high, with the many apparent easy lines complemented by some harder overhanging options.
There is no off road parking available in Rhiw, but the surrounding lanes do contain several useful lay-bys and grass verges.
From the village go past the chapel and take the Lleyn coastal path down a lane for 100 metres. Pass through the gate and follow the indistinct trail up to the crag rocks.
The Rhiw area contains an abundance of birdlife, however there are no official restrictions on this crag.
|great crag if this was in the peak it would have many high starring routes. Massive opportunity for more lines in the higher grades. The rock is crazily similar to grit.|
AidanG - 22/Jun/15
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