This cliff now has 50+ problems of good quality all details will begin the Snowdonia South Bouldering Guide 2022 Neanderthal Area The steep smooth walls around the cave have a high-concentration of high-calibre lines, and, as such, may be the hard-climber’s highlight at Fairbourne. Jumping down seems the most logical option for most problems. For... Continue Reading →
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At the south western end of the Arennig complex this domed mountain is littered with many small walls and boulders and gives a good day out just exploring with a mat.
Composed of a wide spread of small walls and edges the rock is the usual high friction good quality Rhobell type, the aspect south and the view magnificent. The far west wall commands a fabulous view down across the Mawddach.
Go through the mountains, crest a rise topping out Crimea Pass, then drop 13% steep, am millitar for ¼ of a mile, but don’t expect all visions of Snowdonia to guarantee serenity. You could for instance wake up in Blaenau Ffestiniog engulfed by Trollenberg Terror cloud cover and, if unfamiliar with drizzle grey surroundings, be... Continue Reading →