Craig Corn Arn

Climbs 3 – Rocktype Granite – Altitude 400m a.s.l – Faces E

Crag features
This is a small outcrop on the Pannanich hill. It only gets the briefest of mentions in the SMC Northeast Outcrops, which is a bit unfair really as its a bit of a find in this in-land small crag starved part of the world. [I notice that Multi-map use the name Bellamore Craig for this crag.]

The SMC list only three routes but there are definitely more than that.

The crag is split roughly into three sections with the middle section being where the SMC routes are. The right (N) section has potential but is probably a nesting site so apart from the middle blank area it may be best left alone. The left (S) section has potential.

There is a fascinating rock halfway from the forest to the crag which has a fist-sized hole carved (?)out of the middle. You can only see the hole from above.

Access notes
Park your car on the South Deeside road at 416 967 at the entrance to a restored mill. Walk the track for about 500m then, just before a gateway through an old well-made dyke, take the right turn up a short forest track which leads you out through a deer fence to the hillside. The crag is directly opposite you on the top of the ridge. 20-25 minutes from the road.

Guidebooks
North East Outcrops (2003)

Climbs at this crag

Sort climbs
  Climb nameGrade
1Parallel cracksVS 4b
2CracklineE1 5c
3Right AreteHVS 5a
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