Coire Lagan Boulders

Climbs 47 – Rocktype Gabbro – Altitude 50m a.s.l – Faces SW

Crag features

Coire Lagan contains some of the best bouldering and most piquant highballs in Scotland, with plenty more to discover. The setting is unparalled, but you'll have to be a proper sad-case boulderer not to be tempted by the greater things around you. Some of the problems are extremely abrasive - bring finger tape! An independent guide by James Sutton entitled 'Gabbrofest' is available online.

Approach notes

From Glen Brittle campsite, walk and walk some more into the corrie.

Climbs at this crag

Sort climbs
 Climb nameGrade
 PICNIC BOULDER  
2Warm UpV1 * 
3JawbreakerV4 ***3
4The Last ProblemV3 5c *1
5Criss CrossV6 6b **5
6Cross ChrisV4 *2
7Tight SqueezeV3 ** 
8Jump for JoyV4 **2
9North East AreteV6 *3
10East Face CrackV2 *4
11East Face Crack - sit startV4 1
12North FaceV3 6a ***3
13North Face AreteV1 *1
 AQUAMORRAINE  
15Lucky BreakV5 ***1
16Lucky Break StandingV3 *1
17TraverseV0 1
 DUCK BOULDER  
19Right AreteV3 5c **3
20The GroperV4 6a ***2
21Collie's RouteV2 *1
22Naismith's RouteV0- **9
23Basalt LadderV0 *1
 RITZ BIVI BOULDER  
25The Lift AttendantV2 **1
26The RampV1 **2
 GREAT WHITE FIN  
 BOULDER 6  
 BOULDER 7  
 BOULDER 8  
 MANTLEPIECE  
32LeftV3 *1
33RightV2  
34SlabV1 *1
35AreteV3 *1
 DIAMOND BOULDER  
37SkinsV3 5c 3
 CLACH CEANN-FEADHNA  
39The ChieftainV5 6a *** 
40Chieftain AreteV5 6a ***2
 THE FRIDGE  
 THE THIEF  
43True Storiesf6A 1
 THE OPEN BOOK  
 WATERFALL BOULDERS  
 PYRAMIDS  
 STORMFIELDS WALL AREA  
 TWILIGHT ZONE  
 'EXTRADITION'  
 'DARKEN DOWN THE DAY'  
 THE PLUG  
 MOVE TO CULNAMEAN  
53VandalsV3 6a *1
54Bob the Boulder - original linef6B **3
 MOVE TO GHRUNNDA BOULDERS  
56evening wingsV6 6b ** 
57Thunder Headf7B ** 
58Bass Line Venom, Alternative StartV5 6a *1
59Howling GaelV5 6a/b **7
60Snake Attack - Standing StartV4 *3
61Snake Attack - sit startV6 ***1
 MOVE TO AN SGUMAN  
63Pump Up The JamV6 6b ***2
64The GabbromanV4 6a **1
 MOVE TO SGURR SGUMAIN  
66The SlantVD *2
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