Altitude 94m a.s.l
The things we do to avoid the rain... © JHC
Quality sport routes of a variety of grades, styles and angles. This popular location provides five distinct sectors of genuine contrast. The Forgotten Sun Sector has over a score of worthwhile low and mid-grade routes: some wall climbs, some steeper. Round to the left is an area of steeper, whiter walls and the eponymous 'Cave', both clearly visible from the A55. This Main Cave Sector has some fine wall climbs from 6b to 7c+, plus some funky routes within the depths of the cave itself. KO Wall, Golf Ball Wall and Tower Buttress provide some fine additions to the area.
Exit the A55 at junction 23 Llanddulas. Follow the A547 eastwards through Llanddulas (direction Abergele) passing a village hall that looks like a church; 550m beyond the hall, turn left towards the 'Beach Caravan Park' by the excellent Tides Cafe. From the parking, walk back up to the main road and go straight across and up Rhyd-d-Foel Road. Go up here until opposite New Road and walk up leftwards to the crag. Alternative parking is available in Belulah Avenue which is the next road to the west from Rhyd-y-Foel.
There have been a number of complaints from local residents regarding climbers parking and creating obstructions to local residents along Ffordd Newydd/New Road. To avoid problems please park down at the beach parking or in Belulah Avenue.Updated by UKC: 8th March, 2021 9:48
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