/ Drytooling in Northern Scotland?
Before anyone posts an unhelpful comment about "this issue has already been discused"...I couldn't find the previous forum.
Anyway, does anybody know about recognised drytooling crags (real drytooling crags, not just a bad crag the could be drytooled on)?
Thanks alot, Henry
Leacanashie Woods Crag, Lochcarron
NG 855 356) Alt 75m South facing
In the forthcoming SMC sport guide, but I can't post it all here.
Who did the development here Andy? Martin Moran?
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