|Ogwen Boulder Bank | Snowdonia National Park|
The ‘Ogwen Boulder’ at Ogwen bank has good rock that is similar in nature to "Braichmelyn Boulder". The boulder is split by two cracks, which are the warm-up routes and can be climbed from sit-down starts. The outstanding line on the boulder is ‘Tavistock Square’ V6/7/7a/+, which climbs a line just right of the central crackline. ‘Tavistock Square’ begins with a sit-down start (left hand on the arête & right fingers curled in the obvious flake) to then slap up to a hold out right (extended move), which then climbs to better holds and the top.
|Afon Caseg | Snowdonia National Park|