A good route that gets the evening sun in the height of summer. Start just left of the dry-stone wall by a stile. .
1) 4b, 16m. Move up onto the quartz block and go up a short distance into a small groove. Follow the groove slightly rightwards to a ledge. Move up to another smaller ledge with awkward belays.
2) 4b, 23m. Move up the slab to the lower of two overlaps. Pass both overlaps on their right to reach a groove which is followed to another large ledge.
3) 4c, 17m. Move left along the ledge then diagonally left across a slab to another ledge below a wall with a crack up its centre - this is The Chain. Climb the groove on the right-hand side of the tombstone to a block then make hard moves to the top. © Rockfax
North Wales Rock Graded List, Best slab climbs of the UK, "A Graded List of a Few Welsh Climbs" Aka ROGER'S LIST, Glyn's North Wales mid-grade ticklist, UK Holiday Plans, The climbs of Menlove Edwards and Colin Kirkus, George's Ultimate Easy to Mid-Grade North Wales Trad Ticklist
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