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Huntly's Cave Invernesshire, SCOTLAND
Climbs 30 – Rocktype Schist – Altitude 292m a.s.l – Faces S
Impressive, steep blocky schist gives climbs that look harder than they are. Often dry when all else is a washout.
Routes all 1 pitch.
Rock is generally good and well protected.
Scottish Rock - South (2008), Highland Outcrops (1998)
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Intimidatingly overhung wall with some cracking routes on it like double overhang HVS5a***, diagonal VS4c*** and the fantastic cave route HS*** - don't overestimate the low grade the exposure is well worth it! We did cave route in three pitches for the fun of it - recommended. For those of you up in the mid E grades, Huntly's wall has a stunning finish about E3 6a out over the edge of the big roof.|
dave - 03/May/04