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Climbs 11
Rocktype Sandstone (hard)
Altitude 64m a.s.l
Faces SE

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Cwm Capel © Mark Glaister

Crag features

A small sandstone quarry with some easier routes that are useful if you are passing or for a local evening venue.

Approach notes

The quarry is in the village of Craig, near Burry Port. From Llanelli, follow the A484 towards Pembrey. Just after passing the Pemberton Arms is a chapel. Turn right here to Craig and follow the road past the Farmers Arms, trending right, past some housing. Park adjacent to an old chimney (Cwm Capel Colliery). Do not obstruct access to the yard. The quarry is opposite the chimney. Go around the fence on the left not over it.

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South Wales Sport Climbs

South Wales Sport Climbs covers the area to the south of the Brecon Beacons, spanning the land and sea cliffs from the River Wye on the Welsh border to Pembrokeshire in the west. The area is home to a wealth of sport climbing on a multitude of venues ranging from small inland quarries to extensive limestone sea cliffs.
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