Loosing my head. (10 second timer) © string arms
A selection of small boulders with mainly good landings in a great setting. The area is very accessible and there are one or two hidden gems. The main problem, the reddleman roof V4 (after which the boulders were named) is best left alone as it climbs the roof of an ancient goat pen that is of historical interest, hence no details of this route are recorded.
No official access so a low profile is required. Park up by ogwen cottage and go through the gate by the waterfalls on the A5(the furthest of the two gates closest to bethesda). Instead of veering left continue along the grassy ledge parallel to the road,and crossing the fence. The first area is down to the left immeadiately after the fence. Further along the grassy ledge is a lone flat boulder is seen sitting on a hummock (Flibbertigibbet). The land is owned by the national trust and is rented by a tennant farmer
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