Aug 10 02
It was a bit damp in the Welsh mountains on Monday, so we headed out to Gogarth the take advantage of the nicer weather out that way. We had a late start, and it took a while to get there, but we met Richard and Helen at the South Stacks car park at 11.15.
Helen was keen to climb Emulator, so we headed over to the Main Cliff. I’d never been there before, but I’d heard the approach can be a bit exciting.
We opted to climb Gogarth. Pete had climbed it a couple of times before, but as it was new to me he didn’t mind repeating it.
It’s a great route, with the steep crux on the last pitch. Lovely climbing. We even had an audience.
We had to leave after just the one route. Dinner was being made for us and it would have been bad form to be late. We left Richard and Helen finishing their day with a route on the Upper Tier – I think it was the Ramp?
Series - Welsh Holidays
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