A beautiful day at Porth Ysgo. The Higginson Scar, V4. © Simon Richardson
Bouldering by the sea a couple of miles from Hell's Mouth in the Lleyn Peninsula.
A beautiful venue by the sea, with some good boulders.
Most of the boulders are not tidal.
However, mats are essential as there are a lot of high ball problems and the landings are not good.
|This page really needs updating in line with the new guide.. so many ‘area x problem x’ entries that are out of sync now.. |
mrphilipoldham - 10/Jul/19
|Porth Ysgo Tide times - http://magicseaweed.com/Hells-Mouth-Surf-Report/27/tide/uk/#forecastTable|
Beastly Squirrel - 25/Jun/11
|Fantastic rock - good friction (not quite gritstone) and great holds (not quite font) make a superb combination and probably amongst the best climbing I've done. Stacks of rock, and you could invent new problems all day! You really need a pad because of the rocky landings, but where possible people have "filled in" the bigger holes so that the landings are ok with a pad. Some of the boulders are tidal and some aren't, but there is plenty to do even if the tide is in. There is also a small beach on the far right side looking out to sea, which you can get to down the wooden steps. This is excellent for kids, and there is some bouldering here to that doesn't seem to be in the guidebook for some reason.|
RobertHepburn - 04/Sep/06
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