DINAS MOT


Dinas Mot is the extensive crag on the shady side of the Pass, best reserved for warm weather although the main central Nose section does get both the early morning and late evening sun in the height of the summer. There are many great routes on a series of buttresses that run across this hillside but the main areas of interest are The Nose and the Plexus Buttress. The best routes are spread from HS to the low E grades.

Routes

18 trad routes (HS...E3)
Graded List of Routes
List of First Ascents
_
-
-
_
 
Buttress (click for routes) No. of Routes Route Type Sunshine
or shade
Approach walk Other Page
The Nose
The Nose of Dinas Mot is a fast-drying slab of perfect mountain rock and is home to some of the...
14
Trad
Sun and shade
Uphill

20 mins

Windy
118
Plexus
The rough, slabby rock of the Plexus Buttress is the Welsh answer to gritstone; bring that slab...
4
Trad
Evening sun
Uphill

30 mins

123
What do these symbols mean? 
  • Latest Comments

    For DINAS MOT

    Lorraine
    "Changed from VS 5a ** to VS 4c **, no votes" 10/Oct

    Ten Degrees North
    "Very dirty after the appalling summer of 2012. Friction climbing on frictionless..." 07/Sep

    Nexus
    "Well after doing many harder routes I still can not get up this as I can no way ..." 15/Dec

    Diagonal
    "FA is Birtwistle not Birtwhistle." 14/Sep top50

    Search for comments