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Argyll and Bute, SCOTLAND

Climbs 10 – Rocktype Mica schist – Altitude 849m a.s.l – Faces SE

Crag features
Popular in ye olden days with men in tweeds, this prominent peak has a few worthwhile winter excursions. Named after the prominent gully splitting the face, which stands out like a cross in spring (provided there has been enough snow to fill it during the winter..) Well seen from the Lomond road as you approach Tarbet.

Access notes
Approach as for Creag Tharsuinn to the damm on the Allt Sugach, then continue above the forest until below the face, 1hr 40 mins. The crag is split by Chrois Gully, the deep gully in the centre.

Weather forecast

 Today  Wed  Thu  Fri  Sat 

1.3mm rain
13 °C
16 kph

1.0mm rain
Mainly cloudy
10 °C
21 kph

0.0mm rain
Sunny periods
13 °C
26 kph

13.4mm rain
Mainly cloudy
8 °C
32 kph

0.7mm rain
Mainly cloudy
9 °C
24 kph
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Arran, Arrochar and the Southern Highlands (1997)

Climbs at this crag

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 Climb nameGradex
1Easy GullyII  
2South ButtressII  
3Chrois GullyII * 
4Central ButtressD  
5Central ButtressII  
 Climb nameGradex
6Pinnacle GullyII  
7Pinnacle ButtressD  
8Pinnacle ButtressIII  
9North GullyI 2
10A'Chrois Summitsummit 4
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