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West Dumbarton, SCOTLAND

Climbs 18 – Rocktype Basalt – Altitude 50m a.s.l – Faces W

Crag features
A long 45 degree overhanging wall giving short but powerful routes at a good range of grades. This really is the 7c+ climbers crag, with 8 routes at 7c/+. There is also a really good 6c+ and classic harder routes at 8a+, 8b, 8b+ and 8c. You are likely to get frustrated if you arent good at finding sneaky toe-hooks.

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Climbs at this crag

Sort climbs
 Climb nameGradex
1Filth Infatuated5+  
2Happiness in Slavery8b+ **2
3Voodoo Slavery8a ***1
4Voodoo Magic8b **2
5Awaken7c+ ***20
6Flesh for Fantasy7c+ ***10
7If Six was Nine7c **6
8Parallel7c 6
9House of Pain7c+ **3
 Climb nameGradex
10Dirty Sanchez7c+ *2
11Gentle Mass Touching7c+ *6
12Devastation Generation8c *** 
13So Be It8a+ **2
14Second Sights7c+ 1
15Twister7a+ 3
16Tragically Hip6c+ **10
17Breathe the Pressure6b+ 13
18Call of the Wild *HVS 4c  
* Climbs listed in red are waiting to be checked by a crag moderator, and may not be accurate.
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Access notes
Turn of the A82 at Dumbarton opposite the Abbotsford hotel and drive up to the highest point of a small housing estate. Cross a stile and walk across fields and up through woods to gain the crag which can be seen peeking above the trees.

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