A new climbing wall in Wales has been described as "impressive" by the British Mountaineering Council (BMC).
It made the comment after sampling the new Y Graig (The Rock) climbing wall in Harlech, part of a leisure centre saved from proposed closure.
As well as a bouldering room, the BMC noted the facility has an "impressive" array of routes, which those heading along with their climbing shoes
can enjoy, featuring 28 lines and over 400 sq m of wall space, overhanging columns, an archway and curved routes.
Those climbing to the top of the wall - which stands under a glass pyramidal roof - can get a view of nearby Harlech Castle.
It also notes that those who like a climb can also relax with a swim or trip to the cafe that the leisure centre also offers.
The venue had previously been scheduled to open in September, but eventually began operating on November 7th.