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This thousand foot crag on the southern part of Snowdon Horseshoe is the traditional home of Welsh rock climbing. It was developed extensively in the early part of the 20th Century and the first Welsh guidebook was written for this crag, by Archer Thompson.
Trailhead at Pen-Y-Pass, take left trail to Llyn Llydaw, then before the crag, break off right on a use trail to the East Buttress.
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The Sword 5.7 5a 15 V+ MVS 4b PG13 Europe : United Kingdom : ... : East Buttress
An exposed, blunt rib with good climbing on sound rock, only lacking gear. Start from the ledge at the top of the rightwards-trending quartz ramp, the rib should be to your left.Climb the corner to the right of the rib for about 20 feet to an overlap, stick some protection in then traverse left under the overlap to gain the rib itself. This move is quite tricky but well protected. From here move easily up the rib, with no gear until a ledge with a large block of quartz ("the quartz babe"). A few...[more] Browse More Classics in International
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