Altitude 331m a.s.l
Sam on fifty and rising © samwisethebrave2
Single pitch routes spread over a number of small crags collectively named Craig Rhiwarth. Most routes in the VS- E3 range.
There is a free PDF guide from the SteepStone Media website that covers Craig Rhiwarth and the rest of the Berwynion
First & second crags belong to Miss Lloyd, who lives in the village of Llangynog which the crags over-look.
|Went up to Rocho Crag today. unfortunately it didn't seem as good as it is made out by the stars in the guide. A long bushwacking walk in for some overgrown scrambling to reach a not very big section of loose bwlch y moch type crag. Be much better to just go to Tremadog! Shame.
Ed Booth - 21/Jun/14
|Deserves to get more traffic, plenty to go at in the VS HVS E1 range. Closer than Clwyd for Shrewsbury/ Telford based climbers, you will be pleasantly surprised.
Dim Dringo - 16/Jul/09
|Loose rock on both left and right lower tier, watch yourself and wear a helmet! Nice grippy rock, tuff I think but I might be wrong...
amazingdave - 13/Jul/07
|Well protected, mostly solid climbing, with a couple of hollow blocks and a bit of vegetation in places. The left-most crag is excellent. Ivory Tower (HS 4b), and Melangel (VS 4b) are to be recommended.
Alex C - 19/Jun/06
|rock is extremely coarse and grippy, with good sharp corners and incuts. top off's a little flakey in places and easy descent routes.
merchant of menace - 13/May/06
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