The Coall Shetland Islands, SCOTLAND
Climbs 100 – Rocktype Conglomerate – Altitude 20m a.s.l – Faces E
Routes are 10m to 60m and include a few multipitch lines. It generally faces East but there are walls in most directions really. Most routes are non tidal too and can be climbed on in all but the roughest seas. Some routes are also suitable for wet weather big boot action.
The crag is a 15min walk from the main road and is a pretty friendly place generally, with scrambles or short abseils needed for most routes. Park just South of Quarff on the A970 at the top of the hill and walk due East cutting across the top of the Loch of Fladdabister and past the old mills towards the trig point that marks Coall Head (Southernmost crag)
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