Stob Coire nam Beith

Climbs 24 – Rocktype Rhyolite – Altitude ? – Faces N

Crag features
A large cone of cliff up to 500m in height with a range of classic mid grade winter routes and some more recent, harder mixed offerings. The 2 major classics are Central Gully (IV) and Deep Cut Chimney (also IV).

Access notes
Look at the OS 1:25000 map 'Ben Nevis and Glencoe' for access details.


Out of print: Glen Coe (1992)

Climbs at this crag

Sort climbs
 Climb nameGrade
1The CorridorsIV *2
2Broken GullyII 6
3Number 1 ButtressII/III *2
4Arch GullyIII *24
5Central GullyIV 4 ***30
6Crack ClimbIII 5
7Crack ClimbD 4
8Deep-Cut ChimneyIV 4 ***57
9Number 4 ButtressII 3
10IsisVS 1
11North-West GullyII/III **43
12North-West Gully - Direct StartIV 4 **5
13The SphinxIV 5 *3
14The SphinxD 2
15CleftweaveIII *12
16Summit GullyII *57
17Voie CrombieIII 4 1
18Hidden GullyIV 4 *4
19Number 3 Buttress3S **8
20Miniature GullyI/II 1
21Lower Falls of Coire nam BeithachIII *4
22Nameless GullyI 1
23The MummyVD *1
24NutcrackerII/III *2
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