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Climbs 42
Rocktype Rhyolite
Altitude 400m a.s.l
Faces E

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Tufty Club Rebellion © Kevin Avery

Crag features

Slabby left flank, v steep E face (though its ridge, Schmitar Ridge, gives a long Severe). E face is quick-drying (compared to other local crags). Advisable to check routes with allegedly in-situ pegs by abseil first. Most climbs sound but some loose blocks possible. Descent by the ridge. Routes up to 100ft including Tufty Club Rebellion (E5 6a) and King Wad (E5 6b).

Approach notes

Best car parking probably on the Pass, and walk up the hill - less far than up to the Cromlech.

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Guidebooks

North Wales Climbs

North Wales Climbs covers the best climbing from the whole of this huge and varied area. The book is modelled on the very popular West Country Climbs which set a new standard for selected climb guidebooks back in 2010. It contains all the routes from the 2010 publication North Wales Classics and many more routes and areas, with expanded descriptions and much bigger photo-topos. The book covers all the major mountain crags from Llanberis Pass, to Cloggy; and from Ogwen to the Carneddau. It also includes the Llanberis Slate quarries, Tremadog, the Moelwyns, the Gwynant Valley, Mid-Wales, Gogarth and the North Coast Limestone.
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More Guidebooks:
Llanberis (2009)

Out of print:
Llanberis (2003)
Llanberis Pass (1994)
The lower-off at the top - the rope looped directly through the in-situ wires. We didn't want to ab off it on its own.
Bulls Crack - 16/Jun/14
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