Rocktype Pillow lava
Altitude 15m a.s.l
Crag y Aderyn © Dean Scott
Multi-pitch routes in a superb location next to the road in a secluded valley, 7 miles inland from Tywyn.
The main addition to the face is a new E5 just right of the Diagonal to the ledge and a new E6/7 which continues direct above the ledge just left of Pink Panther.
A roadside trad climbing venue with some quite adventurous routes, but its convenient roadside location makes a very useful venue for mid-Wales climbers. The crag is divided into three distinct buttresses - Eastern Face, Central Buttress and the Bastion.
Dates: 1 March to 31 July
Reason: Nesting Birds
The Eastern Face only is restricted due to nesting choughs, peregrines and cormorants. The crag is also located in a Special Protection Area for its avian assemblage. Climbers are also asked to avoid climbing here near to dusk as it's an important roosting site for choughs.
The routes on the Eastern Face are heavily vegetated and contain birds for most of the year and is probably best avoided altogether! Restrction here is from March 1st until July 31st inclusive.
Central Buttress - No restriction for 2018
The main face - The Bastion is unaffected by the seasonal restriction.
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