55m. A brilliant classic: The obvious slanting crack at the right end of the right crag is very much like 5 gritstone HVS 5bs stacked on top of each other, and would make a perfect first E3 for the indoor wall trained climber. Climb a 10m 5a pitch to a hanging belay (or use 60m ropes), then follow the massive crack past hard moves into a smooth slanting pod and continual interest all the way to the top. Stakes a long way back.

Ticklists: Ultimate Scottish Rock, Scottish 3 and 4 star multi-pitch routes, Skye Rock, Crack apprenticeship - Highland North.


ClimberDateStyle
freudy_love 04/Jul AltLd O/S

4*, just keeps coming at you. Great moves and jams but with good rests when needed and really well protected.

Captain Solo 04/Jul AltLd

Unbelievably good rock and climbing, one of the finest routes you'll do.

with Paul
Mike Webster 04/Jul/15 2nd dnf

First pitch was fine but jugged up most of the second pitch because the rain washed it out. Masa did a great lead in the wet!

masa-alpin 04/Jul/15 Lead O/S

The heaven opened up properly when I set off the 45m P2. Awesome climbing from hand, fist to offwidth cracks, some of which are flared and insecure, and it keeps coming! One of the best E3s I have ever done. The wet rock upped the level of excitement (aka worry) for a (good) notch...

with Mike W
Hidden ??/2014 -
Hidden 04/Jun/13 Lead O/S
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