Reiff in the Woods

Climbs 64 – Rocktype Sandstone (hard) – Altitude 70m a.s.l – Faces ?

Crag features
A magical collection of sandstone boulders hidden amongst trees right by the road beneath Stac Pollaidh. Allegedly washed up there by a very high tide. Mostly very sheltered, avoid during the midge season unless it's very windy. From the Scooped Wall the outlook over Loch Bad a' Ghaill is fantastic.

Approach notes
The boulders are on the south side of the road to Reiff 2km past the Stac Pollaidh car park. Post Crag, which has some good easy problems, is obvious on the north side of the road. Park carefully on the bend. Leave a trail of breadcrumbs to find your way back out.

Stone Country (2005)

Climbs at this crag

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 Climb nameGrade
2Havenf6C+ ***9
3Sparrow Legs Wallf6C+  
4The Hanging Crackf6B 1
5Hedge Trimmer Crackf4+ 1
6A Good Haircutf3+ 4
7Unamedf5+ 5
8The Prunerf6A 7
9The Cube's Edgef6A 5
10The Cubef4+ *18
11See Sawf4+ 15
12Go For the Gapf6B  
13Highland Springf6B *2
15Ouchf6B+ *4
16More Trad Climbingf4+ 11
17North West Crackf3 9
18Wimpf5 5
19Calamarielf6A *12
20Shady Aretef5 6
21Sunny Aretef4+ 18
22Number Onef4+ 15
23Three Pebble Slobf6B 2
24The Spikef5+ 19
25The Spike SS Var.f6C 1
26The Stornaway Fairyf6A 15
27The Stornaway Fairy SS Var.f6B 3
28The Ullapool Runf6A 14
29Crevase Rescuef5+ 9
30Barndoorf5+ 5
31Unamedf5 4
32The Scooped Wall Traversef6B ***20
33The Final Countdownf7A+ ** 
34Underworldf5+ 3
35Unamedf5+ 3
36Unamedf4 3
38Cave Crackf6A 2
39The Rackf6A 2
40One Per Centf7A 2
41TP & QCf7A *** 
42QCf6C **1
44Right Aretef6A+ 3
45Sporting Body, Sporting Mind, Beer and Cakesf6A+ 6
46Unamedf6B 3
47Short and Schlappyf6A  
49Avoiding the Main Issuef6C *7
50The Main Issuef7B *** 
51Scot's Vee Essf4+ 2
53The Pokey Hatf6B **6
54The Pokey Hat SS Var.f6C ** 
55Huck Fins Hammockf6C  
56Clach-mheallainf7A *** 
57Pebble Beachf6B **5
59Slabf4 1
64A Man in Ascentf6B *3
65The Crackf7A+ **1
66Pebble Millf7A ** 
68Pebble Roulettef6A  
69Rasperf6C 1
72Teewhuppof6C *** 
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