The crag consists of three slabs alongside each other: The Seaward, Central and Right Slabs. In addition there is bouldering to be had on the beach by the main crag including on the obvious pinnacle.
Access is down a track past Larbrax farm which leads through a number of gates to the beach. Head north along the beach (easiest at high tide although not necessary) for about 1km.
Lowland Outcrops (2005)
|1||O'er the Dyke||HVS 5a *||6|
|2||Haste Ye Back||E6 6b/c ***|
|3||Ceud Mille a Failte||E4 6a ***||2|
|4||Ace is Low||E2 5c *||1|
|5||Trapdoor Fandango||E2 5c **||1|
|6||Soor Plum||E2 5c **||1|
|7||The Lotus Eaters||E1 5b *||1|
|8||Mealy Pudding||E1 5b *||3|
|9||Caledonia Dreaming||E1 5b *|
|10||Cranberry Jam||HS 4b *||7|
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|Belay stakes totally rusted through. Shame as it's a really scenic and amazing venue otherwise. Great rock, and lots more climbing to be had in the area though the listed climbs are probably the best.|
morpcat - 07/Jun/14