Altitude 44m a.s.l
Josie on Pill box original © daddy day care
Located on Marine Drive, roughly 1km along the road from Parisella's Cave.
There is a topo in the North Wales Bouldering guide, by S Panton. For more up-to-date problem listings use the search function on http://www.northwalesbouldering.com
There are currently no access issues and there is parking alongside the Pill Box Wall (although you can walk up in no time from the cave, where there are more spaces).
Due to suspect rock and the proximity of the public road, climbing is only permitted on routes which are between the green painted marker posts and have fixed lower-offs. Routes and areas of cliff between the red painted posts are banned due to instable rock and the risk of falling rock injuring passers-by. All routes finish at BMC installed and maintained lower-offs - and on no account should climbers continue beyond these to the top of the crag due to the increased risk of falling rock and to protect rare and protected plant species.
Climbing is only allowed after 6pm on the routes above the Marine Drive during Bank Holiday weekends and during the school summer holiday July 8th until Sept 15th,
Dates: 26 March to 18 June
Reason: Nesting Birds
Thanks all - the choughs have successfully fledged three young chicks and the restrctions has been lifted on June 18th
New Seasonal Climbing Restriction Mayfair Wall March 2018 until June 30th
Choughs are nesting right in the middle of the routes Contusion/Mayfair and as these birds have special legal protection, the routes Contusion, Mayfair, Julio Juvenito, Carrigan's Groove, Masterplan, Masterclass, Harry the Clamp, Disilluioned Screw Machine and Thunder road are restricted until June 30th. It is a criminal offence to disturb nesting Choughs. The restriction will be lifted immediately when the birds fledge or if the nest fails. Signs are in place at the base of the cliff.
In addition in most years , Kesterels nest on the route Norman's Wisdom in the Testament Area. Please do not climb that route or the two routes either side until the birds have fledged, which should be the end of June.
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