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Altitude 350m a.s.l
A very steep and imposing crag, comprised of several individual buttresses, with routes ranging from S to E5, but mainly HVS and above. The cliff is of historic importance as the site of the first ever recorded rock climbing in Radnorshire (and indeed in the whole of Central Wales) in 1950.
All climbs are definitively described in the new Central Wales - Elenydd guidebook.
The crag is on access land. See guidebook for approach notes.
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