50m. Starts at the right end of a small overhang at the left base of the crag. Climb up the obvious right trending flakes, with good gear. The first section is excellent with sound clean rock. However as the angle tilts back the slab becomes mossy and dirty! From here you can either trend right up the slab before heading back left near the top OR you can head left up a dirty gully. If you take the left hand option after 35m (from the base of the route) you come to a block with tat on and a tree that can be used as a belay and abseil decent. The top slabs are not really worth it being dirty and with little protection!

C Rowland, B Ledingham 1981

Ticklists: Strathnairns Finest.


ClimberDateStyle
pass and peak 13/Jun Lead O/S

Think this climb suits climbers with a longer reach to make the move's rather than short arse like me. Agree with other comments, above the flake is awful and dirty with little pro, wish I read comments here first. Had a bit of an epic as 2nd couldn't follow so abd down from belay to clean route then had a bit of a job getting to the belay from a walk around and down climb over ledges to retrieve belay!

EmmaAtkinson 05/Aug/15 2nd
with Rory Brown
Hidden 05/Aug/15 Lead
Steve Perry 24/Nov/14 Lead O/S

The right slanting flake is some of the best VS climbing I've ever done in Scotland, 4**** if there using that. I thought it was very committing onto the slab above gear, then no gear, then some crap gear that wouldn't hold a kitten. Then it trends back left with a no gear, then crap climbing with no gear, then finally some gear. Do it for the bottom its worth it.

Hidden 06/Aug/13 -
ferdia 06/Aug/13 Lead O/S

pristine first 20m. filthy last 30m!

with Kev
Luke Ellis ??/2011 Lead O/S
with Grant Dunn
tallthinmonkey 04/Aug/10 Lead O/S
with Josh Plant
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