The Gogarth North guidebook is a climbing guide to the glorious sea cliffs of Gogarth, situated on the western tip of Anglesey.
Providing an unparalleled range of exciting traditional routes in a beautiful and atmospheric location, the Gogarth North guide details over 300 new routes done on the various Anglesey sea cliffs since the last definitive guide was produced to the area nearly 20 years ago. Gogarth North covers the run of dramatic cliffs across the Gogarth Bay and round the North Stack promontory. It also includes the little known limestone sport crags along the north coast of Anglesey which have undergone a re-equipping program in the last year.
Over 500 action packed routes Full colour topos extensive area maps and individual crag approach maps In depth history section written by Martin Crook Atmospheric and inspiring action shots from the best climbing photographers available including: Ray Wood Jethro Kiernan Glenn Robbins and Dave Kendall
Includes: Holyhead Mountain, Upper Tier, Main Cliff, Easter Island Gully, Wen Zawn, Flytrap Area, North Stack, Tsunami Zawn, Breakwater Quarry, the Benllech and Fedw Fawr limestone crags
The guide has been extensively researched by the Ground Up team which consists of Simon Panton (editor), Simon Marsh, Graham Desroy, Rob Wilson, Al Leary, Adam Wainwright, Martin Crook, George Smith, Pete Robins and James McHaffie.