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Legaston Quarry Angus, SCOTLAND
Climbs 74 – Rocktype Sandstone (hard) – Altitude ? – Faces E
The original home of Scottish sport climbing. Most routes in the F6a - F6c range, and are mostly 10 - 15m long. The climbing tends to be fingery and reachy, progress being dependent on horizontal breaks in the sandstone, along with the odd pocket.
"Must do" routes: Driller Killer (F6c), Flight of the Mad Magician (F6b), No Remorse (F6c+), Spandex Ballet (F7a+), Playing with Fire (F6c).
7aMax Scottish Sport - A Selected Guide (2012), North East Outcrops (2003),
Out of print: North East Outcrops (1994)
Climbs at this crag
Lies just off the A933 Brechin to Arbroath road, just south of Friockheim.
Limited parking beside the quarry.
No dogs allowed. New access law means dogs cannot be excluded unless a local byelaw is in place. They must of course be kept under control.
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been up climbing here quite a lot in last few weeks most routes dry, pulled a massive block off the rocking stone f4 at the start just missed me would stay away from this route still big lose rock needing a good clean up|
allymac85 - 13/Apr/11
Flight of the Magic Magician - barry wee climb with a crafty move required.
220bpm - 15/Nov/05
george smith - 04/Nov/04