Climbs 24
Rocktype Sandstone (hard)
Altitude 170m a.s.l
Faces S

Paul Cox on the final crimpy wall of the sustained Discount Included in the Price (6a+) at Trehafod © Mark Glaister

Crag features

A rejuvinated crag.

It's had a good clean and Andy Sharp has rebolted the the best lines with SWMC stainless steel bolts.

There are ever-dry winter routes and it catches all the sun.

The parking is at the bottom of the crag and the train station is about 100m away.


South Wales Sport Climbs

South Wales Sport Climbs covers the area to the south of the Brecon Beacons, spanning the land and sea cliffs from the River Wye on the Welsh border to Pembrokeshire in the west. The area is home to a wealth of sport climbing on a multitude of venues ranging from small inland quarries to extensive limestone sea cliffs.
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Nice, sunny little crag; however, the grades seem a tad mean: that's not just my opinion, since pretty much every route below 6c+ has been voted as harder than the given grade. Variations in grading from crag to crag are to be expected, of course, but better consistency between very similar crags in the same area doesn't seem too much to ask, especially in a hot-off-the-press SE Wales sport climbing guidebook!
bpmclimb - 05/Jan/17
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