Altitude 67m a.s.l
A Beautiful sweep of overhanging red quartzite with two of the best sport routes in North Wales. Very unique style for the UK. Short approach from car park, yet the crag is surrounded by beautiful pine trees giving it an atmospheric continental feel. The sport routes are perma-dry, suffers little seepage and are sheltered from South-Westerly winds.
The quarry is situated behind the old brickworks at the end of the pot-holed track where one parks when approaching the Gogarth North Stack climbs. Apparently, it is understood that the owners do not object to climbing activity.
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