Lota Corrie Route M
[Good side view of the route, from http://glencoemountaineer.blogspot.co.uk/, 2 kb]Starting a few hundred metres right of Naismith's route and further down the scree, this follows the first ledge system heading back up left.
The first six or seven metres is steepish scrambling up good rock to gain the ledge, after which a rubble ramp leads up left, eventually coming out on top of the tooth.

Photo: Good side view of the route, from http://glencoemountaineer.blogspot.co.uk/ © Glencoemountaineer
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This climb is in 19 logbooks, and on no wishlists.

Part of ridge traverse. Further down than expected - had started up a chimney too soon and had a desperate time in choss before gladly abseiling out of there!
jhobbs - Solo - 03/Jul/15 with Richard Harvey

Hidden - Solo rpt - 03/Jul/15

DundeeDave - Solo - 13/May/15 with Ben Hughes

First recorded winter ascent, excellent snow conditions
climbingVet - 13/Feb/15 with Andy Eve, Ben Watson, Mike Lates

Hidden - Solo O/S - 15/Jun/14

frank ramsay - Solo - 13/May/14

As part of traverse
markusj - Solo O/S - 09/Sep/13 with Mike Lates

Adamski1986 - Solo - 25/Aug/13 with Stewart Webb, John Walker

Richardlake - Solo O/S - 12/Jul/13 with William Lake

will_lake - Solo O/S - 12/Jul/13 with Richard Lake

punj - Solo - 17/May/13

Andy Moles - Solo O/S - 01/Jun/12 with Greg Cain

Yourlead - Solo - 10/Oct/10 with Graham Penny

Hidden - Solo - 03/Jun/09

Jonny M - Lead O/S - 28/May/07 with Helen Tsai

GiveHerHelen - 2nd O/S - 28/May/07 with Jon Moulding

in descent
Simon Caldwell - 05/May/06 with Carmen

biggianthead - Solo - 07/Apr/85 with G

Derek Ryden - Solo O/S - Jul/72 with Tim O'Flaherty, Chris Myerscough, Nick Bradley

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