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Climbs 70
Rocktype Sandstone (hard)
Altitude 220m a.s.l
Faces NE

Crag features

A lovely peacefull crag with beautful views across the surrounding mountains and farmland that has been newly developed with both Sport and Trad routes on quarried rock and natural outcrops.

Facing to the east it's a perfect summer crag as it becomes shady after mid to late morning. Most of the routes are in the mid to high 6's for the Sports Climbs and the low E's for the Trad Climbs.

The crag features technical and fingery climbing on small crimps and edges that are typical of South Wales Sandstone. Please check the South Wales Climbing Wiki for topos and crag updates and please respect any existing and unfinished projects.

Approach notes

Although the crag lies within open access land it is situated next to several farms and small holdings that are worked daily. Therefore, please park considerately at all times and be polite to any local residents. Park in the lay-by on the right, 250m before the cattle grid. You can turn beneath the crag after dropping kit off. DO NOT block the cattle grid, gates or Bridleway. Walk up the road past the old crusher plant to a ripple bedded boulder, then head uphill to the crag. 

The road is narrow and parking limited. Do not annoy the locals by parking in gateways or inconsiderately. If more than 2 cars, plan ahead, park in the village and share a car.



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