Duntelchaig Invernesshire, SCOTLAND
Climbs 96 – Rocktype Gneiss – Altitude 100m a.s.l – Faces W
Lots of interesting lines following well protected cracks. Most routes 1 pitch.
Best visited in the afternoon to get the sun.
Must Do : Dracula E3
There is also Pinnacle Crag (listed separately in the Database) on the opposite side of the road to the main crag which offers generally easier routes on very clean rock. Normally dries quickly from the wind.
Scottish Rock - South (2008), Highland Outcrops (1998)
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Last time i was here it was midge hell never agen haha
never had and ticks tho unlucky guys :P
Keo - 26/Feb/13
A laugh if you like slippy mossy boulders and twisted ankles
laura_ed - 13/Mar/08
i wouldn't climb naked if i was you that way ticks don't get into your member!
dave - 24/Apr/06
You were lucky it was just your hindquarters.
I've just got back from a couple of afternoon's climbing @ Duntelchaig. Jumped in the bath after a quick bedroom session & soon spotted a tick on my side. My parter came through with a towel & immediately exclaimed "Oh my god!" as she'd spotted a really big one with its legs waving, sticking out of my belly. She managed to burn these off with a fag. However, she then suggested checking my John Thomas & was horrified to discover one there, particularly given what we had just been up to in bed
[I kid-u-not]. Didn't fancy burning that one off so tried pulling it but head got left in - any ideas?
Also my friend Ewan says they give you Lyme Disease!
sncgrove - 31/Oct/05
nice crag pulled lots of ticks out of my bum when i was there last
dave - 04/Aug/05
Midge and tick infested Hell.
JoHNY - 13/Apr/05