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By Silvia Fitzpatrick
From: North Wales and Spain
Jun 20, 2009
The Main Cliff of Gogarth offers some of the very best traditional climbing in the UK - amazing routes with incredible atmosphere.
If you are visiting the UK and climb trad then don't miss out this crag.
Killer routes include Positron (E5/5.11d), Hunger (E5/5.12a), Citadel (E5/5.12a) and Skinhead Moonstomp (E6/5.12c).
There are lots of easier routes in the mid 5.10s as well.
There are crag topos for climbing at Gogarth on my website.
There is also a really good new guide to all the northern Gogarth crags by GroundUp.
If you are coming to the area don't hesitate to contact me if you need more information/partners etc.