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Caerketton Craigs

Midlothian, SCOTLAND

Climbs 4 – Rocktype Rhyolite – Altitude 420m a.s.l – Faces N

Crag features
Discontinuous routes, vegetated and easy, but the situation makes up for this. Probably best kept as a close-to-home winter crag. Non-specific routes, suited for soloing and estimated at around grade II. Good fun to muck about on in the evening and get used to winter gear.

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Guidebooks
Lowland Outcrops (2005)

Climbs at this crag

Sort climbs
 Climb nameGradex
1Left CleughII 6
2Central CleughI 9
 Climb nameGradex
3Right Cleugh (Left Fork)I 1
4Right CleughI/II 8
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Access notes
Two main ways in. From the east - parking at the Hillend Ski Slope, where the chairlift could be used to take out some of the approach. Or, west -from Swanston (leaving from Pentlands park car-park next to golf-course) and walk up past the historic thatched village on main path up to ridge. A low path across the base of the craig runs horizontally between these two ways up. Alternatively walk in from Bonaly or even over the hill from Balerno way.

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Have changed "Gully" to "Cleugh" for the climbs on this craig. This is a word much more local to the Pentlands, and I've still heard used to describe a deep cleft or ravine. Much protracted discussion on this topic - but more than willing to change back again if folk don't agree. Might as well make these routes more memorable one way or other!
timlukins - 14/Mar/11