The area encompassing the highest mountain in England and Wales is quite complex, and has quite a few ridges leading to its summit, the northern side of two of these ridges contain two of the most classic crags in all of the UK; Lliwedd and the the much to aspire to Clogwyn D'Ur Arddu (Cloggy).
Pen-y-Pass is the trailhead for Lliwedd and The Horseshoe, and Llanberis is a good base for Cloggy.
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The Axe 5.11 R International : United Kingdom : ... : The Pinnacle
E4 6b, A beautiful arete, extremely exposed. start a few meters right of the arete. the rock is better then it looks from below, there are good holds where you want them and the gear is not bad. 50m long climb the flake crack to the roof make a hard move over not so good holds (crux) to a juggy leftward traverse and climb flakes to the arete and follow to the top passing a pegs on the right. ...[more] Browse More Classics in International