The sport crag features one east facing slab and one west facing slab. The top half of the latter catches the afternoon / evening sun.
Park at the scottish wildlife trust car park (NEO p282) or alternatively if it is quiet then part at the the fork in the road, making sure not to block access. Then follow the road left and drop into the field to follow a faint land rover track directly to the crag. A cairn marks the descent into the quarry which is non-tidal but slightly boggy at the base. The loweroffs on the revision slab should be visible from the top of the cliffs.
7aMax Scottish Sport - A Guide to Climbs from 2-7a+ (2015), North East Outcrops (2003)
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