Rocktype Sandstone (hard)
Altitude 260m a.s.l
Charles on the Last Arete on a beautiful winters day. © Oliver Buxton
Trebanog is a small edge of partially quarried rock that sits close to the village in an exposed position. The rock is excellent and has both trad and sport pitches, all of which are relatively popular given their moderate height. The rock is good, well-weathered sandstone that dries out very quickly. There are lots of lower-grade trad lines here, but the sport pitches described here are well worth a quick visit.
|This place has soul.|
alan moore - 02/Mar/15
|Belay ring stolen off Banog Army I hope it wasn't a climber ? I will replace it with a glue in asap.|
sharpie - 05/Dec/10
From M4 J34 follow the A4119 north towards Llantrisant, crossing 1 roundabout and passing the
retail park (Cotswolds) on the left.
Continue on the A4119 through 5 roundabouts.
At the 6th roundabout, approx. 6.5 miles from the motorway junction, take the right-hand exit on the A4233, up the
hill to Trebanog.
Take a left turn at the main traffic lights in the village, and park
in the obvious car park below the crag, which is up on the right.|
DafSWMC - 27/Nov/08
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