Craigy Hill

Climbs 24 – Rocktype UNKNOWN – Altitude ? – Faces SE

Access notes
Park in lay-by on left when coming from Haddington. Crag is visible on your right. Cross gate further down the road and head right for Lucky Buttress and Left for Red Rocks which has the boulder problems.


Out of print: Lowland Outcrops (1994)

Climbs at this crag

Sort climbs
  Climb nameGrade
1Lucky DipD *
2Lucky for SomeVD
3Lucky B...VS 4c
4Lucky BreakHS 4b
5Do you Feel Lucky?VS 4c *
6Lucky StarVS 5a
7Easy RiderHS 4b
8Lucky I Only Tore my Ligaments on ThisVS 4c
9Nay LuckHS 4c
10Lucky TicketHS
11Un Lucky AreteS 4b
12Un LuckyS 4b
13Lucky the CatVD
14Little Black RoofHS 4b
15Lucky TraverseV0 5a
16Lothain AreteVS 4c
17Lothian Crack (variation)VS 4c *
18Lothian CrackVS 5a *
19Scum Bag 2f5+
20The Tomb Stonef6C+ *
21Scum Bag 1f6B
22Two Hands on the Gravef6A+ *
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Has anyone got any info on "The Tombstone"? I had a look in some damp weather today and couldnt see a high pinch at all. I assume the break referred to in the beta is the broken slopey one at head height?
daftendirekt - 09/Mar/14
Loose rock isn't an issue at all, especially on the Red Rocks. Trad routes are too poorly protected to give a go but there is loads of potential for bouldering!
matt10990 - 17/Mar/12
Done some of these years ago as I lived down the hill - can't remember which though, but some interesting wee problems.
auldscotal - 23/Jun/11
Agreed not deserving of *s. A poorly protected, short bit of loose rock. Not feeling much love for this place...
Markwww - 03/Aug/10
Hideously loose in places and very friable. Most routes are generally overgraded, probably due to lack of pro, none deserve a *
daWalt - 16/Mar/09