Ashie Fort

Climbs 37 – Rocktype Conglomerate – Altitude 250m a.s.l – Faces SE

Crag features
Composed of a very solid conglomerate the crag is suited to trad climbing. It is in a fine open setting and receives the sun till about 3pm in summer. A FREE GUIDE DOWNLOAD can be found at or google "Ashie Fort SMC" as it is a little difficult to find on the SMC web site.

Highland Outcrops (1998)

Climbs at this crag

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 Climb nameGrade
1Harmony SlabVD *7
2The Block RouteS 4
3Monday's ChildVD 1
4Peat TongS 6
5Dun RiachVS 4c 2
6Dun DeargVS 4c *3
7The Hanging CrackS 6
8Flutterbye to ChinaE3 6a *1
9FirecrackerE3 6a/b * 
10Brain DamageE3 6a **5
11Points of DepartureE2 5c *1
12Throw Lichen to the WindE2 5c **7
13Raeburn's Original RouteVS 1
14Roost WallHVS 5a 3
15X FileHVS 5a *9
16Web AstairHVS 5a *7
17Sick WhipperE3 5b 1
18Whipper SnapperE3 5c * 
19BodysnatchersE3 5c 1
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The crag is actually fairly quick drying except for The Wall and the top of Wooly Jumper.
atibbs - 26/May/15
A handy roadside crag. Good, sound rock. The harder routes tend to take lines up clean rock. Unfortunately, not the case for most of the easier routes which have varying levels lichen, moss and dirt. Some of the lines take drainage from the hill above, and remain wet for a few days after heavy rainfall. Some of the belays take a little thought and searching for. If this crag were in a more populated area it would probably be very popular and kept clean by the number of climbers doing the routes.
JiveWeasel - 11/Oct/14