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Craig Dorys

The Lleyn

A fine adventurous sea cliff, with some epic and memorable routes. Can be loose and scary!

Crag information
Climbing Area: Wales Rock Type: Sandstone
Importance: National CRoW Land: Yes
Ownership: Private No. of Routes: 43
Within National Park: No Year Developed: 1967
Grid Reference: SH300235

A crag for the experienced only - great adventures and stunning routes, but some loose sections and scary run-outs as well.

Restrictions apply from 1 February - 30 June.

Reason: Nesting Birds

The restrictions for this cliff were reviewed in Spring 2021 and restrictions now only apply to the  following routes: 

Duration of the restriction - February 1st-June 30th. (nesting Ravens and Choughs).

Routes that fall under the above restrictions are:

     - Tell Your God To Ready For Blood

     - Chosstokovitch

     - Error Of Judgement

Previous restrictions around the Noble Savage area have been removed  due to no evidence of nesting birds for many years.

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Not suitable

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Anonymous User
01/03/2019
Sandstone????
Elfyn Jones(staff comment)
01/04/2019
Yes - sandstone. Very old and metamorphosed sandstone, part of the Ordovician Arenig Sandstone group, specifically the Cilan Formation of Harlech Grits.....