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Rocktype Welsh igneous
giving Lloyd a spot on Oh Yeah V5. Caseg Fraith Boulder, North Wales © pete24
Caseg Fraith Hut, page 140 of the NWB (2004)guide
Walk along the public right of way by the farm and do not take the short cut past the ULGMC Hut.
|Added 7 routes, mainly finger cracks, on Jon's traverse wall above the main area. All well travelled but not documented here. Makes a very pleasant lower grade area, friendly height and flat (squidgy) landing - mat useful for dry feet and minimising vegetation damage.|
Antony Mariani - 22/May/17
|Have added some problems in North wales bouldering up above animal magnetism, haven't been climbed in ages but there is some good rock up there!|
Juan - 27/Jul/14
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