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Climbs 28 – Rocktype Dolerite – Altitude 150m a.s.l – Faces SW
Some nice fingery boulder problems, the best so far being 6a wall LH. 2 climbs marked as 'XS' are as yet unchecked gradewise.
The first ascents were recorded by J.Baines and T.Wilkinson in the late 1950's, then G.Farquhar and R.Farquhar in the 1960's.
Climbs at this crag
Upon entering the village of Dairsie take the only turn-off on the north side of the road. Park beside the re-cycling bins across from the primary school. From here walk north, around the right-hand bend in the road beside the cottages, then left up the "Fingask" track. Craiglug will become apparent and obvious. Follow the edges of the fields to get there avoiding the houses at Craigfoodie. '''NOTE''' ... Don't park up the Fingask track, or at Craigfoodie as the farmer has been threatening to remove cars with his forklift. They aren't happy about people taking cars up there. Don't do it as this is private ground and access to the crag could become an issue. The walk from the re-cycling bins is nice and it only takes 10 minutes.