Gearr Aonach, East Face

Climbs 42 – Rocktype Rhyolite – Altitude 555m a.s.l – Faces SE

Crag features
The middle of the Glencoe Three Sisters is a massive dome of steep rock with the East Face on the left overlooking The Lost Valley. The upper half of the crag is a steep continous wall meeting the summit ridge. In winter the routes are slow to come into condition and in summer they are slow to dry.

Access notes
From the River Coe footbridge(173564) follow the path up to Coire Gabhail and take a path on the right after about 1km. This leads over grassy slopes to the zig-zag paths to the crag.

Guidebooks
Scottish Winter Climbs (2008),
Out of print: Scottish Winter Climbs (1996), Glen Coe (1992)

Climbs at this crag

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  Climb nameGrade
1Gully CI
2Gully BII
3Gully A (Right Fork)IV 4 **
4MS
5Lost Leeper GullyIII **
6GoldfingerHS
7SlimcrackS
8The BurningE1
9Batura WallHVS
10Flake GrooveVD *
11Flake Groove (Variation)S
12PersuasionHVS 5a
13DemoniserVS
14SundanceVS 4c
15RainmakerHS **
16SnowstormerHVS 5a **
17SnowstormerVI 6 ***
18SmershVS 4b
19SlithyS
20TovesVD *
21BrilligVD **
22The MappieVS 4c *
23Via DolorosaHVS 5a *
24Marshall's WallE2 5c *
25Rev Ted's GullyII/III **
26John Gray's ButtressII
27JabberwockVS *
28WhimsyS
29GimbleVS 4b *
30Ingrid's Folly/Peregrine GullyII/III **
31Mome Rath RouteVD **
32Hareball Wall Gearr AonachS 4a *
33Easy Route3 **
34The WabeVD **
35Slithy VI 7 **
36Rev Ted's Gully (Direct Start) IV *
37Hairy KipperVD **
38Herbal Mixture *HS 4b *
39GyreHVS 5a **
40Zig Zags *1 *
41Zig Zags *I
42The Wabe (Winter) *V ***
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