Dunira Perthshire, SCOTLAND
Climbs 10 – Rocktype Mica schist – Altitude 250m a.s.l – Faces S
Vertical and steep Mica schist climbing, on many sharp edges. Some nice fingery routes in a very sunny location.
See http://www.scottishclimbs.com/wiki/Dunira for topo and access info.
Guide available on Scottishclimb.com.
The 7aMax map misses off most of the roads and tracks, but the crag is fairly visible from parts of the approach. Follow the upper track past Dunira Farm, then the left edge outside a deer-fenced field to rejoin the track after it loops. Follow the track in the forest and keep very steeply left uphill until the track ends, then a faint trail over the stream and through boulders to the crag.
7aMax Scottish Sport - A Selected Guide (2012), Scottish Rock - South (2008), Scottish Sport Climbs
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The estate guy (keeper) was a bit sniffy about access today. They really don't want cars parking on the estate. The parking notes in both 7amax and smc guides aren't acceptable to the estate. As suggested by the SMC guide the alternative parking at houses at (NN 742 242) in your best bet. As well as parking at the earlier spot you'd well advised to follow the other SMC approach notes very closely.|
JLS - 28/Sep/14
Finally climbed at Dunira today. It's a hunt and a half to find the crag. If you follow the directions given on wikiclimb you 'should' find it!
A few of the bolts on at least 4-5 of the routes have been chopped :-( still some good climbing though and spectacular views!!!
Jnr_Burt - 03/May/11
Climbed at Dunira today and found that the bolts on several routes have been chopped (the F4+, F5 and F6A+). Also, the directions to the crag in Scottish Rock South are not correct any more: the sign to Greystones is not there, nor is the obvious parking spot. The owner of the farm told us to park way down the track, and seemed unhappy that several other climbers apparently told him they'd put a comment like this on UKclimbing but had not done so (not good for his opinion about climbers). There seems to be some logging going on higher up, so there are new tracks up the hill making the description of the walk-in out of date as well. To not get stuck in miles of man-high ferns follow the track up as described but where the ladder is supposed to be is a new track crossing the burn on the right. Take this one, turn left after the bridge and follow it all the way up until you can clearly see the crag right in front of you. The easiest way to it from here is a trek through two small burns and the ferns (~200 meters).
vollaard - 08/Aug/10