2nd Annual Rhoscolyn Father’s Day Meet


Traunt a spectacular VS climb in Fallen Block Zawn - Rhoscolyn



Well, I spent last night and today over at the great campsite in Rhoscolyn with quite a few friends, on what is the second father’s day meet. Obviously I am not there because I am a father, but so I can go climbing with the fathers who get to spend a day over the weekend on the rocks after spending the night before getting off the rocks!

I ended up climbing with Huw, who is also not a father, but there was good team out, and we ticked through the usual Rhoscolyn Classics, although it looked to be quite busy at the main crag so whilst a small team broke off to the main crag. Huw and I abseiled into the very atmospheric Fallen Block Zawn, where a good sea made for booming and crashing waves. Fortunately there was a good ledge high above the breakers!

Anyway after that I took some pictures of Martin on Fanfare, the same route I took pictures of him on before, then we all went and soloed Symphony Crack, before exploring over at the White Arch, where Martin and I got stuck into a rather poor and loose VD.

Sadly Llion had to work, and was goosed so we didn’t get to go out cragging in the evening as we were planning. It will have to wait for a couple of days. Anyway I hope you like the images.


Huw is enjoying the swell and atmosphere Fallen Block Zawn as he climbs up Truant.



Martin space walking up one of the steepest HVS rock climbs ever - The classic Fanfare
Team Solo on Symphony Cracks - The Greatest Sea Cliff Diff in the world?!



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