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These details were last updated on 10/Feb/2014

Cioch na-h-oighe


Climbs 15 – Rocktype Granite – Altitude 600m a.s.l – Faces E

Crag features
A grand mountain, rocky on all sides, with a long cliff over 200m high on the hills flank. This cliff has superb climbing to E6 standard on a great clean wall The Bastion.

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Climbs at this crag

Sort climbs
 Climb nameGradex
1GazeboE1 5b * 
2DigitalisE1 5c * 
3KlephtE2 5c * 
4ArmadilloE3 6a *1
5AbraxasE4 6a *** 
 Climb nameGradex
6RhinoE2 5b * 
7Token GestureE5 6b *** 
8TidemarkS ***10
9Midnight Ridge DirectVS 4c, 4b **1
10The Great EscapeE8 6a, 6c  
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Access notes
Access to the corrie from the main road via the Glen Sannox track takes about 40 mins.

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Spent some time(April 09) sitting in the Corrie with a good pair of Binoculars looking closely at the routes and access. I noted there is a peregrine around for the second year running. Routes that I was aspiring to E1/2 are all choked with turf the harder ones have less grass holding potential as they are steeper.
anotherwally - 02/May/09