Altitude 263m a.s.l
New bouldering route on Hafod moors © Callum - DH
A limestone crag spanning 150 odd yards. Many new high ball boulders to be uncovered and route set. 5 routes so far cleaned and made. Some of the possible routes have very unsafe chossy/losse rock at the top, advise to not climb them. Grass top outs. Crag routes range from 3m to 6m. Some have a fairly level landing and some are very un-even.
*Please note this crag has never been climbed before and it is not in any guide book. But to upload a guide book had to be added.
New routes need making, cleaning, naming and making safe as possible.
Park in the now closed Rainbow pub car park and cross the road and head up Hafod Lane (gravel dirt track). Go over a cattle grid and walk to the top of the hill and then turn left at the bungalow and follow the wall for 700-1000yards until a distinctive bent tree is directly on your right hand side, standing by itself. Head towards it but veer slightly to the left through ferns and bracken and the crag is down on your left hand side. Access Unkown, best seek permission from land owner at Park Arthur farm. (Be quiet and invisible as possible).
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