Creag Shomhairle

Climbs 22 – Rocktype Gneiss – Altitude 100m a.s.l – Faces W

Crag features
Steep and well protected on very good rock and south facing. Land of DD and Bardo Thodol are each three pitches, and hard for E1. An excellent crag. [John Hall 6/04]

Bardo Thodol has been upgraded to E2 in the new Northern Highlands North guide [Stuart Stronach 3/07]

Must Dos :

Bardo Thodol E2 5b

Land of the Dancing Dead E1 5b

Tank Top E6 6b (!)

The Roost VS 4c

Pronounced something like "HORRL-ya".

Access notes
75 mins easy walk but can be a little wet. Abseil descent is not always easy to find.

Guidebooks
Scottish Rock - North (2009), Northern Highlands North (2004),
Out of print: Northern Highlands Vol. 2 (1993)

Climbs at this crag

Sort climbs
  Climb nameGrade
1The Row of TreesE1 5b
2Mistaken IdentityE1 5b
3The Flying FensmanE2 5c
4The Black CrackE1 5b
 SOUTH FACE 
6The RoostVS 4c **
7Hot PantsE4 6b **
8Warm FrontE2 5b
9Catwalk DirectS
 WEST FACE 
11In Woods and Wild PlacesE4 6a *
12Hollow Be Thy NameHVS 4c **
13Tank TopE6 6b ***
14Land of the Dancing DeadE1 5b ***
15Bardo ThodolE2 5b ***
16The RampVS 4c **
17Black GoldE1 5a **
18South-West EdgeS
19Windy CornerD
 THE PYRAMID 
21The Lost GlenE3 5c *
22The ShadowE3 5c **
23The Other LandscapeE3 5c
24The Silver BoughVS 4c **
25The PlinthHVS 5a
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