Good conglomerate crag with 13 sport routes and one trad route to date (Sept 2011). Single pitch up to 22m. Grade 3 to 7a+. Dries fairly quickly but can suffer some runoff from the slope above. Scope for plenty more routes.
The farmer at Culmailly farm NH 8069 9921 has kindly agreed to allow parking behind the two white holiday cottages or just beyond if this is full. Leave the main A9 into the farm just north of the grand Culmaily House. Please avoid parking inconsiderately and avoid blocking machinery or entrances. From behind the last farm building the crag is visible up to the left, follow a tractor track in the direction of the crag until you can exit the field by a gate. Croos the burn on the left then follow a further rough track to a fence and gate onto the open moor below the crag. A feint path leads to the crag (20mins) If the burn is in spate cross lower down and folow its west bank. LEAVE GATES AS FOUND - live stock frequently kept in these fields.
7aMax Scottish Sport - A Guide to Climbs from 2-7a+ (2015), Alpha Mountaineering Website,
Out of print: 7aMax Scottish Sport - A Selected Guide (2012)
|2||High School Blues||4a||5|
|3||Czech Connections||HVS 4c||3|
|4||Feet of Foot||5c||10|
|5||Ag Rippa||6b+ *||6|
|6||Sans Per||6c+ **||4|
|7||Silver Darlings||7a+ **||1|
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