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Altitude 400m a.s.l
Direct Route (HD), Milestone Buttress, Ogwen Valley © Steve Ashton
Excellent rock, entirely solid, comprising both juggy thuggery and slippery slabbing. Often busy. Multi-pitch to 100 metres.
The final buttress as the North Ridge of Tryfan descends into the Ogwne Valley, just a few minutes up from the road.
|Descent gully practically a waterfall after moderate rain the day before.|
naath - 27/Apr/15
|I would definitely expect to abseil down the descent gully just right of Pulpit Route. And it's about 50m...|
MatthewV - 26/Apr/15
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