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The Quadrocks Ayrshire, SCOTLAND
Climbs 26 – Rocktype Basalt – Altitude 100m a.s.l – Faces W
A great view and outlook over the Clyde coast with good sound rock. It faces west, so is an excellent choice for an evenings cragging.
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Lowland Outcrops (2005),
Out of print: Lowland Outcrops (1994)
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A steep 15 minute walk uphill from the National Sports Training Centre car park.
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This crag is quite simply outstanding for lower end climbers. Great rock, great gear!|
colinerees - 01/Apr/12
The rock is very lichenous, not good for damp conditions. Excellent little place for a sunny afternoon.
daWalt - 16/Nov/10
The crag seems to take a couple of days to dry after a wet spell. Nice routes otherwise 30/09/06.
francois - 30/Sep/06
very good crag great day outwell worth a visit.
er - 03/Aug/03
A pleasant day out from Glasgow (we used the train with no problems). Solid, quick-drying rock, bolts atop the crag for easy belays. With nothing too big or scary, this place would seem good for beginers (who don\'t mind the short uphill walk), and the unprotected E3 5b (\'THE arete\') seems strangely inviting...
Reuben - 23/Apr/02