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Clach Glas

Isle of Skye, SCOTLAND

Climbs 28 – Rocktype Gabbro – Altitude 786m a.s.l – Faces all

Crag features
One of the most difficult summits in the Cuillin, Clach Glas offers some excellent easy climbs and scrambles, in particular the classic north-south traverse of the peak, which is usually continued over Blabheinn.

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12 °C
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Skye: The Cuillin (2012), Scottish Rock - North (2009), Skye Scrambles (2000),
Out of print: Skye and Hebrides (1999)

Climbs at this crag

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 Climb nameGradex
1North RidgeM ***4
2South RidgeM **5
4Arch GullyM  
5Arch GullyIV 5  
6Athain Slab RouteM 1
7Athain RibM  
8Consolation GullyM  
9Naismith's RouteD * 
10Pilkington's GullyM  
12OdysseusS * 
13OdysseusV 6 * 
15The Big RampII  
16SickleVS 4c ** 
 Climb nameGradex
17Sickle Variation FinishE1 5b *1
18Pinnacle ButtressVD  
19Ramp RouteM **2
20B GullyS **1
21B GullyIV ** 
22Central ButtressD  
23A GullyVD  
24Sid's Rake3 2
25South-East RouteD  
26South-East GullyII  
27South-East GullyD  
28Bealach Tower ButtressD  
30The CailliachIV 4 * 
31Slighe a' BhodaichIV 4 * 
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