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A complex crag which consists of a large triangular central slab/face (The Nose), and "wings" (Eastern and Western) offering steep to overhanging climbs. Further right lies the Plexus Buttress.
Essentially opposite Cromlech, park at the Cromlech Boulders.
3 Total Routes
Featured Route For Dinas Mot
Diagonal 5.8 5b 16 VI- HVS 4c R Europe : United Kingdom : ... : Dinas Mot
A thought provoking and sustained expedition up and across The Nose to finish up a strenuous crack. Very bold and technical for its time.1) 80ft 5.8. Up over 2 spikes then up to the left of a big flake. From its top make a right traverse to a small ledge under an overhang.2) 40ft 5.8. A choice of ways up to the groove on the right of the overhang to a ledge on top of it.3) 100ft 5.8. Traverse right then up to the infamous mantle move (crux). Then up to a good crack that...[more] Browse More Classics in International
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