Creag na h-Eighe

Climbs 31 – Rocktype Schist – Altitude 190m a.s.l – Faces W

Crag features
A quiet and accessible outcrop just a few miles North of the Dunkeld area that can provide a useful alternative if Cave Crag is not steep enough. The lines are not so aesthetic but it's a nice sunny location.

Access notes
Easy 5 minute walk from limited car parking on the tight bend.

Highland Outcrops (1998)

Climbs at this crag

Sort climbs
  Climb nameGrade
1Heather WallS 4a
2Cohens ClimbS 4a
3Wee AreteVS 4c
4Wee BremmerVD *
6Jaggy BunnetsS 4a *
7Wall DirectVS 4c *
9Jugs Direct StartVS 5a
10Just a PechHVS 5a *
11Hunt The GunmanE3 6a **
12SeparationVS 4c
13Picnic ParadeE2 5b
14Diagonal CrackE1 5b
15Broken CornerVD
16The Sleeping SicknessE4 6a *
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Really nice little crag. Pretty steep in places but generally good holds. Beautiful serene views and often very peaceful.
CurlyStevo - 13/May/09
A good short crag with a selection of grades, needs a bit of traffic, some loose stuff about. Belays not great, but ok could do with a stake or two. Some gradings a little off, but worth a visit if Polney is busy etc. Separation Jugs Direct Jaggy Bunnets All come reconmended. Diagnol Crack has had a little face lift and with a little more traffic will provide a good route for the grade.
Will W - 15/Jun/08
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