Date(s) - 25/06/2019
5:00 pm - 9:30 pm
Castle Inn is now a complex of crags with 6 sectors and 37 routes from F4 – F7b. In 2011 there was much development principally by Colin Goodey when a number of small slabby walls were developed with some very worthwhile routes. There are now some much needed F4’s.
Meet at car parking beneath the main crag.
Rehydration afterwards at the nearby Semaphore Lodge:
Guidebooks: “A55 Sport Climbs 2nd edition”
Approach: From the east (Chester etc.): Come off the A55 expressway at Llanddulas (junction 23). Turn right at the roundabout by the filling station and then immediately left towards Old Colwyn (A547). Follow the road for 1 mile to just before the crest of the hill. Turn left up Highlands Road and after 0.4 mile fork right into Tan y Craig road (between the 2 limestone walls). After another 0.4 mile turn left into the car park at the old Castle Inn From the west (Llandudno etc.): Come off the A55 expressway at Old Colwyn (junction 22). Turn right under the expressway and soon turn left at the roundabout towards Llanddulas / Abergele (A547). After about 1.5 miles and after crest of the hill, turn right up Highlands Road and after 0.4 mile fork right into Tan y Craig road (between the 2 limestone walls). After another 0.4 mile turn left into the car park at the old Castle Inn.
Location Details: Castle Inn
|Address:||Tan y Craig Road|