Notice Board Crag

Northern Limestone (Inland)

A Feisty wall of good pocketed Rhyolite with steep trad and sport.


Please check for nesting Ravens from the 15th of Feburary untill the end of May .

Crag information
Climbing Area: Wales Rock Type: Igneous
Importance: Local CRoW Land: Yes
Ownership: Unknown No. of Routes: 4
Within National Park: No Year Developed:
Grid Reference: SH 77031 78028

Parking and Approach

The crag is within Conwy Mountain - Countryside site and is mapped as open access under the CROW act. Come off the A55 at J17. Head towards Conwy Mountain and after crossing over the the A55 and the railway bridges immediately turn right and park 100m down the road. Double back and take a path up towards the crag. Either reach it from below via a slightly dodgy scramble or go over the top and drop down to a wide ledge and the cable from the left of the crag.
Area information

This area includes Craig y Forwyn, Llanddulas escarpment, Castle Inn, Penmaenhead as well as many other sports crags along the A55 corridor. Many of the crags, including Craig y Forwyn, Llanddulas escarpment and Castle Inn all lie within land designated as Sites of Special Scientific Interest, and vegetation removal, modification of rock faces, removal of rocks, etc. should be avoided.

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Raven nest with chicks in the recess passed by the right hand routes, and a jackdaw nesting near the top of Leaning Jowler/Fiendish Beandish