Altitude 340m a.s.l
First climbed on extensively in the 1950s and recently further developed, this fine little single-pitch gritstone outcrop has routes ranging from D - E1. The best climbing is on the Lower Tier, which has good friction and protection. The crag has been neglected for many years and is in need of more traffic. Full details of all climbs are in the new Central Wales - Elenydd guidebook.
As of May 2022, the approach from the layby on the A470, as described in the guidebook, is no longer possible as the land owner has recently undertaken some new and seemingly very effective exclusion measures, ensuring that access to the crag is no longer possible. Climbers should note that these new exclusion measures clearly indicate that access to the crag is no longer tolerated by the landowner. Climbers who continue to visit should bear this in mind. As stated in the guide book, the crag is located on private property, with no right of public access nor any access agreement.
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