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 →
OS: 626 272 Access: This lovely slab sits in Cwm Nantcol and is easily accessible. Follow the road up the valley to where a smaller road exits leftwards. Drive up this and park at OS 619270. A short walk along the tracks continuation through an enclosure brings you to the crag. Elevation: 200 meters 1.Tickety-Boo, HVS... Continue Reading →
This excellent leaning sheet of rock faces south to the tower at Dolwyddelan from which it can be approached directly. An easier approach is to walk the track from the farm at Pont Rufenig that leads out through the yard, keep left at the first fork then after 1 Km the path ends at a... Continue Reading →
The campsite at Cae Du sits above a good small cliff that provides excellent bouldering, some lead routes and plenty of in-situ stakes for arranging top roping. The rock is a compact , water- washed boulder shale that tests slap and hold abilities . Tidal but accessible 10 hours of the 12 hour cycle .... Continue Reading →
Martin Crook tackling the Kingspan 6C in Trawsfynydd Badlands July 2017, from Terry Taylor on Vimeo.