Rocktype Sandstone (hard)
Altitude 147m a.s.l
Al Rosier on Fairies Wear Boots (6c+) at Tyle y Coch © Rob McAllister
The crag has been re-bolted and cleaned over 2013/14. Only the few easy routes to the right of the main wall have not been restored. If you wish to give these all a good clean, drop me a line and I will then re-bolt them.
The crag features a slabby broken right hand side, a vertical central wall containing the main sports routes('Big Tissue' to 'Belly Up') and minor buttress to the left.
The main wall usually requires a good dry spell until it dries out completely. Once dry it stays dry and a couple of climbs can even be done in the heaviest of rain.
The crag faces east and so becomes dark quickly at dusk.
Although this crag is impossible to see from the road, it is less than 100m from the car.
There is a large muddy pull in, on the western (uphill) side of Celynen Road, in which to park the car.
Walk back (south) for 20m whereupon an unmarked footpath (starting at chest height) leads gently uphill for 50m. The path then meets a disused railway track with a brick lined culvert beneath. Jump over the fence opposite and enter the quarry. Have fun.......
|1||Y Caled Caled||7c **||1|
|4||The Black Circular Cat||
|5||Rump And Scoop||6a *||18|
|6||Root Canal||6a+ *||11|
|7||Belly up||7b **||14|
|8||A Cleft Stick||7a **||20|
|9||The Pink Lady||6c+ *||19|
|10||Paradise Row||7a **||12|
|11||Fairies Wear Boots||6c+ **||22|
|13||The Four Minute Tyle||7b *||3|
|15||The Big Tissue||6b+ *||10|
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