Climbs 50
Rocktype Microgranite
Altitude 500m a.s.l
Faces S

Binnein Shuas emerging from the mist © andymoin

Crag features

A unique crag in a beautiful setting, best known for the classic Ardverikie Wall, though there are numerous excellent routes.

"The best crag I ever walked past." Tom Patey.

As an alternative finishing pitch for “Ardverikie Wall”, climb the last pitch of “Flypaper” by moving left along the Terrace to climb the obvious red streak. A perfect finish to a great route, certainly recommended. Graeme Hunter

Approach notes

Access to Ardverikie Estate restricted during shooting season (12th August - 20th October)

Delayed attack in good nick 07/14, apart from blood and flakes of skin left at the crux.
Fiend - 19/Jul/14
Delayed Attack cleaned 06/14
smally - 25/Jun/14
beware the ardverikie jobbie.
hexcentric - 26/May/10
The best new crag I ever found ! Like Glen Etive the views are breathtaking and the climbing a treat.... Always a pleasure to return.
Graeme N Hunter - 16/Jun/05
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Climbs at this crag

Climb name Grade
 West Sector 
2Blaeberry Grooves
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VS 4c **61
3GorgonHVS 5a *12
4Cube Wall
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HS 4b *3
5Kubla Khan
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HS 4b **124
6The Rubaiyat
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E1 5b **7
7The Keep
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HVS 5b **26
8The Keep Variation
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E1 5b **3
 The Fortress 
10Greatness and Perfection
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E7 6c ***1
11Ardanfreaky
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E3 5c ***8
12Wild Mountain Thyme
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E5 6b ** 
13Bog Myrtle Trip
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E4 6b ** 
14Turning a Blind Eye
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E6 6b * 
15The Wallachian Prince
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E5 6b. * 1
16The Fortress
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HVS 5a **58
17Delayed AttackE3 6a ***15
 East Sector 
19Hidden Gully
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VD 1
20Flypaper
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HVS 4c *5
21Hurricane
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HVS 4c *3
22Hairline Grooves
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S 4a *6
23Ardverikie Wall
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HS 4b ***854
24Summer WineE1 *2
 Far East Sector 
26Soft Shoe Shuffle
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HVS 5a *3
27Eastern Chimney
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S 4a * 
28Storming The BastilleE3 5c ** 
29Scotch on the Rocks *IV 4 *1
30Meals on Wheels *HVS 5a 1
* Climbs listed in red are waiting to be checked by a crag moderator, and may not be accurate.

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