Zarquon/Resurrection/Erection E2 5c, Llechog

Si Panton clutching a finger jam on the final crux section Photo: Tim Badcock

As the summer rainy season comes to an end the dry September period heralds a return to the mountain crags. Llechog is off most people’s radar, but the featured route is a must for any E2 climber and well worth the long walk in.

Llechog means ‘slabby’ and after a day spent smearing and balancing on its gorgeously hewn rock you’ll be in no doubt about the aptness of the moniker. That said, this is a visually deceptive cliff, where nothing is quite how it appears from below. Intriguing stuff for sure.

Llechog route card pdf.

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