Quinag

Climbs 35 – Rocktype Sandstone (hard) – Altitude 808m a.s.l – Faces N

Crag features
This large and complicated mountian has several cliffs that give worthwhile winter and summer routes. Despite its height it tends to hold snow well.

The steep north face of Sail Garbh is an impressive cliff, excellent in winter but too low to freeze frequently. The climbing is often wintrier than appears from below though.

Approach notes
About 1hr 30mins from the road.

Guidebooks
Northern Highlands North (2004)

Climbs at this crag

Sort climbs
 Climb nameGrade
 SAIL GARBH  
2East Buttress3 *4
 BARREL BUTTRESS OF SAIL GARBH  
4V Gully, Left BranchII * 
5V Gully, Right BranchII *** 
6Cave GullyIII 1
7ChangV 7 * 
8BadajozV 6 *1
9Raeburn, Mackay and Ling Original RouteVD ** 
10Raeburn, Mackay and Ling Original RouteVI 7 ** 
11Raeburn, Mackay and Ling Direct RouteVI 8 ***1
12MildVS 4c * 
13StoutVS 5a * 
14BitterVS 4c * 
15GrouseVI 7 * 
16Direct RouteVII 7  
17Cooper's Gully Direct FinishIII 4 ** 
 SPIDEAN COINICH - BUCKET BUTTRESS  
19The FrontlineV 7 **2
20The Great Gig In The SkyVII 7 *** 
21Kane MutinyIV 6 *1
22Fell for LornaV 6 * 
23Bounty HunterIII 5 *1
24Pick 'n' MixV 6 *2
25The TouchlineV 6 *2
26Pick NickerV 6 ***5
27Pail GrooveIV 5 *1
28LightfootVI 6 * 
29Sworn to SecrecyVI 7 **1
 WESTERN CLIFFS  
31The Family WayHS * 
32Tenement RidgeIV 5 * 
33Jack the LadIII 5 1
34Noggin The NogIV 5 ** 
35The Gully Of NeddIV 4 * 
36The Waste PipeII *** 
37HornpipeIV 4 * 
38The Wind PipeII ** 
39TobyVS 4c * 
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