Type: Trad, 230 ft (70 m), 4 pitches
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Shared By: Maxwell Miller on Jan 7, 2016
Admins: Chris Owen, Euan Cameron

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1) 5.5 35ft. Climb easily up the chimney to a tricky step and exit rightwards up a crack to a tree belay.
2) 5.6 80ft. Re-enter the gully and climb out left to a ledge. Walk left 3m to a crack in a short steep wall and a junction with the Original. Climb the crack to a ledge. Step down to a small sloping ledge and foot-traverse left under a steepening to a groove/crack. Climb a crack on the right to a ledge and traverse right to belay at the base of the corner.
3) 5.7, 50ft. Climb the corner to a ledge and then take another groove to some perched blocks. Traverse left below, or above, the blocks to a belay below a steep thin crack.
4) 5.8, 65ft. Climb the thin crack and wall to the right to a line of weakness leading right to the arete. Move right to the arete along this (wobbly jug). Follow the arete in an outstanding position to the top. © Rockfax


One of the most popular routes in North Wales with fine open climbing (and usually lots of people). From the entrance into the wood, scramble up to a tree on the right below a short chimney.


one set of BD.5-3 cams and one set of nuts


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