The Serengeti area is another of the main areas in the quarry, with the Seamstress Butte, being one of the more iconic and unique features like a whale breaching out of the rocky plain.
Diagonal Dilemma F7a / 7a+(?). Previously unrecorded route follows the rising crackline from Karabiner Cruise clipping bolts on Karabiner Cruise, No Problem + Y Gwaedlyd to lower off (previously E5 6c)
FA I Lloyd-Jones 7/91No Problem E4 6b 2 Bolts Replaced. 4/6/07
Y Gwaedlyd F6c 2 Bolts Replaced + 2 added + Lower off 4/6/07
Silent Homecoming E2 6a bolts replaced 24/7/08
Balance of power E4. New Bolts 1/07
Slug Club Special E4. New Bolts. 1/07
Seamstress VS ***
Seam Stress E6 6a * 20m A bold eliminate line which climbs the shallow slabby groove on crimps and a variety of small shallow boreholes between the cracks of Seamstress and Seams the Same (which are obviously out of bounds).FA climbed with gear placed on the lead (no side runners on adjacent routes!) Skyhooks and a small tricam protect. Great bold and balencey slab climbing, never desperately technical but more commiting than appearances suggest! FA Ian Lloyd-Jones and Sion McGuinness 20/09/10
Seams The Same E1 ***
Windows of perception. new bolt + peg replaced 7/08
Watch me Wallaby Wank Frank E3 6a. After the peg was removed by a falling climber several years back this has been replaced with a new bolt to protect the last move.Squashing the acropods E1 5a. New bolt
Slippery People E2. New Bolts 1994 (resin eco), New Lower off. 10/06
Tentative descisions E5 new bolt 7/08
OPPOSITE SEAMSTRESS AREA
Laund arete. E4 6b new bolts and lower off 07/08One for all 17m F4b/4c. New climb on right hand edge of crag opposite Seamstress slab
Start on an airy ledge overlooking Never never land slab(bolt belay for security) and below the prominent green slabby pillar.4 bolts lead up suberb ‘greenstone’ to a double ring lower off.
FA :Colin and Sue Goodey. 4/408.
All for One. 17m F4c/5a.
New route to right of ‘One for all’ on the big green tower. Start 5m right of this route climbing the clean green slabs past 2 bolts with tricky move past second bolt(crux).Easier ground now leads out to the right on good holds to gain the delightful crest of the obviouse arete-this leads up on huge holds in fine position past a further 2 bolts and a peg to a lower off.
FA: Morgan Goodsmith,Colin Goodey,Del Goodey 5/5/08