Ben Ledi boulders

Climbs 75 – Rocktype Schist – Altitude 440m a.s.l – Faces ?

Crag features
Located past the tree line in Stank Glen on the north side of Ben Ledi is a long boulder field strewn down the hillside.

The main boulders are just beyond a fence. The massive boulder with a great split in it is Cottage Boulders. The squarish boulder on its own to the right at roughly the same height is Corpse boulder.

A number of easy winter routes are possible on the east face.

Approach notes
For the boulders, go along the single track road towards the holiday chalets, then follow a forestry track uphill a short distance before taking a footpath on the right more directly uphill. This crosses the forestry track again once above the tree line. Follow the path up the glen, then cut up left towards the boulders when you reach a white marker post beside a boulder. The main boulders are a short distance up sometimes-boggy ground, just past a fence. Approx 40min uphill from the chalet access road.

Stone Country (2005),
Out of print: Bouldering in Scotland (2008), Lowland Outcrops (1994)

Climbs at this crag

Sort climbs
 Climb nameGrade
2Trooperf6C **1
3Ocean of Stormsf5 **3
4Cresent Moonf6A+ ***3
5Crisesf5+ * 
7Fast Descentf3 4
8First Strikef5+ *1
9Deceleratorf5 *4
10Spectaclef5 *2
11The Terroristf6B+ *2
12Cortege Crackf6A+ **5
13Lunarf6A+ *2
14Pallbearerf5+ *16
15Black Head Plumef6B *4
16Cortegef6B *4
17Rude Boyf7A+ ***1
18Like a Pimpf6C **1
19Cortege Noirf7A ***8
21Constellation Overhead/Aretef5+ **3
22Past & Present Futuref4+ *1
23Tickled Grayf4+ 1
24Cottage Flakef3 2
26Thug Life Aretef6C *3
27Thug Anthemf7A ***1
29Dawn Wall LHf6B ***7
30Eclipsef6B *2
31Solar Stormf6A+ * 
33Zombief4+ 5
34Death Grimacef3 2
35The Shelff3 5
36Burnie's Arete/Pass of the Corpsef4+ **13
37Tam's Routef4+ **10
38Pikerf3 6
39Weeping Wallf5 *11
40South Wallf6A 3
41Swaddling/28 Days Laterf7A *2
43RIPf7A+ 1
44The Tombstonef7B+ *** 
45Trance Mittensf6C+ ** 
47Central GullyI 5
48Diagonal GrooveII 1
49Left ButtressI/II *3
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