Tyle-Y-Coch topo

1. Lilly of the Valleys (3) slabby line at RH side of crag.

2. Jumping Jack Flash (4+) short orange wall to left

3. Enema of the Affair (6c) ★★ the arete with excellent moves.

4. High Moon (6b) ★ the steep face to the left. Good.

5. Suppose a Tree (4) a narrow corner to the left again.

6. Buen Cuol (4) short wall to left, generally easing in angle.

7. Mal Cule (4) a vague corner then via overlap and slabby wall.

8. The Ring (3) direct from Mal Cule via a 'prow' of rock

9. Bore Hole (3) the obvious line of bore holes to the left

The crag now becomes much more impressive with a large sandstone wall which does, unfortunately, take a while to dry out in the Spring.

10. Cheeky Arete Severe the obvious arete with a single PR.

11. The Big Tissue (6b+) the overlap 2m to the left finishing via the wall above.

12. Peachy (6b+) ★ the wall to the left via a jutting hold and a borehole. The overlap above provides the difficulties.

13. Mislivings (6c+) ★★ a peculiar leftwards line across the overlap to a final bulging finish.

14. Paradise Row (6c+) ★ gains the finish of mislivings via the fine wall to its left. Again the finish provides the crux.

15. The Pink Lady (6c) ★ the centre of the wall trending rightwards via an incipient crackline

16. A Cleft Stick (7a) ★ steps left out of Pink Lady then via an overlap and tricky finale on the headwall.

17. Belly Up (7a+) ★★ a vague crackline via a hole and another difficult and fingery finale on the headwall.

18. Root Canal E1 5b the naturally protected corner line.

19. Rump and Scoop (6a) ★ the arete on the left

20. The Black Circular Cat E3 5c ★ from LH side of the face gains a ledge. R to ramp and up to corner. Move out right to finish, feet on ramp

21. The Postman E2 5c gains a thin crack and continues right across the face to finish via a corner exiting left.

22. Pecker Patrol E1 5b left edge of wall via a PR moving right to finish