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Altitude 450m a.s.l
Is this you on Marble slab, Clogwyn y Bochlwyd? © Sean Kelly
Good rock with a such abundence of holds that any number of variations of the established routes can be had. Multi-pitch to 60 metres.
This attractive little buttress is a land mark on the long haul up to Cwm Bochlwyd, standing out well against the hillside by the stream that cascades from the Cwm.
|Great crag, especially good in the evening after a climb on Tryfan or The Glyders, when it gets the sun.
Why are some climbs listed in the logbook twice?|
mark20 - 08/Jun/08
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