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White House Crag

Highland, SCOTLAND

Climbs 7 – Rocktype Gneiss – Altitude 30m a.s.l – Faces SW

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3.1mm rain
Sunny periods
16 °C
30 kph

3.0mm rain
Cloudy
15 °C
32 kph

6.1mm rain
Cloudy
15 °C
35 kph

4.8mm rain
Cloudy
14 °C
14 kph

3.3mm rain
Sun
14 °C
26 kph
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Climbs at this crag

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 Climb nameGradex
 PORT LAIR CRAG  
2Rock StripperVS 4c 1
3Indecent ExposureHVS 5a *1
4RendezvousHVS 5a *1
5The Full MontyE1 5b **1
 Climb nameGradex
6FadgeHS 4a 1
 UPPER SLABS  
8Walking on CrystalsVD 1
9Quartz Inspectors SlabS 1
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The crag and croft are actually called Port Lair. The croft is private property but the crag is freely accessible. Please respect the privacy of any occupants and avoid contaminating the water supply (small stream). There are numerous outcrops on the left skyline but most are a bit disappointing for climbing. The best nearby crags are Creag Alligan (March burn crag) a few minutes walk towards Alligan and Diabaig. These crags have all been thoroughly scrambled over since the 1950's. There are few sea cliff opportunities here with the exception of a large 100ft cliff 500m west of the croft, this is where some of Highlander was filmed.
DerwentDiluted - 21/Nov/07