Just looking through some old photographs for an article and came across a couple of nice ones from back in 2006.
Here is James McHaffie and I on Terrorhawk, E6, on Cilan Main cliff, Lleyn peninsula, North Wales.
Terrorhawk was one of my best climbing experiences ever I think, certainly up there. We found it tough, but within our abilities (well within James’ ability I would guess) and it’s a day I’ll remember as epitomising UK trad climbing for me.
4 pitches long, the route gets progressively harder and the climbing is steep and committing, with retreat being difficult due to the traversing nature of the first two pitches, the looseness of the rock and the fact that it’s over the sea…! Brill!