Altitude 4m a.s.l
James McHaffie about to snap one of the rotten pegs on The Treacherous Underfoot - Anglesey © Neil Dickson 2008
A small and wonderful selection of sea cliffs, with adventures found at all grades, the showcase crag is called 'The Face of Adversity', this wildly over-hanging sea cliff contains some of the steepest trad routes in North Wales.
Follow Ravenspoint Rd almost to its end then park before entering the caravan park. Walking momentarily south and taking the right hand fork leading towards the caravan park, leave the road by a path on the right that heads west towards the coast. Pick up a small path that follows the coast north, pass through a beach and a couple of boundary walls and you'll soon spot the profile of the main steep wall ahead, having past through lots of jellybean fields.
|Can't seem to see anything about access issues here on the internet, but the landowner asked us to leave, shortly after arriving, as he didn't want people climbing on the crag. He said he was happy to allow people to go fishing but was concerned about the risk of being sued, should someone have an accident. When we asked he seems adamant that this access situation had been this way for a while, although I'm guessing that's not the case given the recent logs etc. within the last year.
Silas r - 29/May/23
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