North Wales Limestone

This excellent definitive guide covers all of the climbing along the North Wales A55 coastal corridor -  including the popular Great and Little Ormes of Llandudno. 

This excellent definitive guide covers all of the climbing along the North Wales A55 coastal corridor - from Benllech in the west to The Devil's Gorge (near Mold) in the east, including the popular Great and Little Ormes of Llandudno. The book details nearly 1000 sport routes and over 500 trad routes in this varied climbing area, including the nationally significant trad venue of Craig y Forwyn.

Crags covered:-
A55 Crags: Benllech, Fedw Fawr, Craig y Gigfran, The Gallery, Penmaenbach Quarry, Noticeboard Crag, Marle Buttress and Bryn Euryn, Penmaen Head, Castle Inn Quarry, Marian Bach, Craig y Forwyn, Craig Bryn Dulas, Llanddulas Cave, Ty Newydd, Waterfall Wall, Castle Quarry, Meliden Quarry, Denbigh Castle Quarry, Devil's Gorge.
Great Orme: Town Crags Area, Pen Trwyn, Lower Pen Trwyn, Pigeon's Cave Area, Lighthouse Area.
Little Orme: Angel Bay, The Hole of Creation and Meadow Wall, Great Zawn, Atlanta Wall, Detritus Wall, West Buttress of Detritus, The Allotment, The Diamond, Craig y Don Lower, Craig y Don Upper, Craig y Don Middle, Bodafon and Chwarel Bach y Penrhyn, Manor Crag.

This superb not-for-profit guidebook has been written by a team of local climbers who all share a keen interest in showcasing the North Wales limestone area with a much-needed definitive guide. All profits from sales will be donated to the North Wales Bolt Fund which has enabled a high proportion of routes in this area that rely on fixed equipment to be equipped with good quality fixed gear.

The book features inspiring action photos from leading climbing photographers, full-colour photo topos throughout, detailed route descriptions and approach maps, graded list, environmental and access information and a historical section with contributions from many of the area's most prolific pioneers.

By Pete Harrison and Andy Boorman.

Quality card cover, 19cm x 13cm, 452 pages.

Published 2014.

ISBN: 978-0-992981-10-5.

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