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Staffin Slips

Isle of Skye, SCOTLAND

Climbs 40 – Rocktype Dolerite – Altitude 10m a.s.l – Faces E

Crag features
Some of Britain's best crack climbs. Sadly neglected.

Access notes
Easy walk down from a flat field

Weather forecast

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0.0mm rain
Sunny periods
19 °C
13 kph

1.2mm rain
Mainly cloudy
20 °C
7 kph

0.1mm rain
Sun
19 °C
14 kph

1.8mm rain
Mainly cloudy
18 °C
11 kph

4.7mm rain
Mainly cloudy
16 °C
21 kph
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Guidebooks
Scottish Rock - North (2009)

Climbs at this crag

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 Climb nameGradex
 STAFFIN SLIP NORTH  
2Staffin ClassicHVS 5a ***9
3Snake BiteE2 5b ***2
4The SwellingE1 5b **1
5Jean and JimE1 5b ** 
6Return Of The StoneS 4b **14
 STAFFIN SLIP SOUTH  
8Lateral ThinkingE1 5b **3
9Hand JiveE2 5c **1
10Jugs of DeceptionE4 6a **1
11The Avon ManE2 5c **2
12Swillington CommonE2 5c **1
13Dial CardE1 5b *3
14Silly Pollack TwoE3 6a * 
15Captain PatienceE2 5c ** 
16Glorious Five year PlanE2 5c ** 
17The LatvianE2 5c ** 
18Lats In SpaceE1 5b *1
19SashaE3 5c ***1
 Climb nameGradex
20Easy Day For A LadyHVS 5a **1
21Woman Of The EightiesE3 5c ***1
22GorbachevE2 5b ***7
23The Sheriff's Black DogE2 5b * 
24Experimental LearningE3 6a *** 
25Silly PollackE2 5b ** 
26Birdman of BewaldethE3 6a *** 
27The Beast of BolsoverE2 5b ** 
28Lusting After Glenys Kinnock.E2 5b ** 
29Green VoteE3 5c ***2
30East Chimney CrackHVS 5a ** 
31Licking NettlesE3 5c *** 
 SOUTH BUTTRESS  
 MOVED CLIMBS  
34Lat up a DrainpipeHVS 5b **7
35GorbachevE2 5b ***7
36Return to StoneS 4b 1
37Woman of the EightiesE3 ***3
38Dogs and WolvesHS 4b 1
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This crag should be way more popular, it's excellent.
Andy Moles - 07/Jun/11