The Cobbler, South Peak Argyll and Bute, SCOTLAND
Climbs 50 – Rocktype Mica schist – Altitude 800m a.s.l – Faces S
The Cobbler has a distinctive silhoutte and the South Peak has two different facets. The South Face is open and sunny and clean slabby rock provides good serious climbing. By comparison The North Face is gloomy and dark and best in winter providing some classic routes.
From the Loch Long head car-park take the Cobbler path past Succoth until it meets the horizontal path and then turn right. Go past a dam and up into the corrie in about 1 1/2 hours.
Scottish Winter Climbs (2008), Scottish Rock - South (2008), Arran, Arrochar and the Southern Highlands (1997), Rock Climbing in Scotland (1990),
Out of print: Scottish Winter Climbs (1996)
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