A famous cragging location, Tremadog is also conveniently situated for the Snowdonia Mountains and the lovely Welsh coast so is good for walkers and climbers alike.
UKC reviews it here:
Classic easy-ish climbs include:
- Christmas curry
- One step in the clouds
- Scratch arrest hvs
- Olympic slab
- Poor mans pertere (start by tree route).
- Bramble buttress
- Craig do wall (above hospital)
If you've not been to Port Merion (location for the 1960s cult classic series The Prisoner), then I highly recommend a visit, perhaps as part of a longer walk around the estuary.
We will be staying at Eric's Cafe and Camping:
So you'll be literally meters away from a famous bacon sandwich. Other food and beer options seem to abound too. There is a fire pit available to us so if the weather is nice a BBQ and log fire is definitely on the cards.
Note: Pay me, rather than the campsite for the accommodation.
See you there!