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Rock climbing in UK
North Wales
North Wales is famous for its rugged, breathtaking countryside. It is no wonder therefore that a National Park was established to protect and conserve this natural heritage. Named after the highest mountain in Wales, the Snowdonia National Park encompasses an area crammed full with some of the most important crags in Britain. The most famous are Dinas Cromlech in the Llanberis Pass and the mighty Clogwyn Du'r Arddu. But one does not need to travel far from the Park's boundaries to reach other impressive areas. Tremadog is just a short drive away and Gogarth, on the island of Anglesey, is outstanding. It is also by far the best option should rain scupper any plans of climbing inland. Sooner or later most climbers end up in Pete's Eats for an enormous mug of tea and a chip buttie, before heading off to The Height's for a couple of pints of beer. Both are in Llanberis, just a stone's throw away from each other, and constitute the main focus for the climbing scene here in North Wales.

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The Peak District
    Stanage Edge
    Millstone Edge
    Froggatt Edge
    Burbage
    The Roaches

The Yorkshire Dales
    Caley
    Almscliff

Cornwall
    Bosigran
    Chair Ladder
    Sennen



North Wales

    Gogarth
    Dinas Cromlech
    Clogwyn Du'r Arddu

South Wales
    Pembroke


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