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Ross & Cromarty, SCOTLAND

Climbs 11 – Rocktype Gneiss – Altitude 967m a.s.l – Faces SW

Crag features
Often cited as the most remote munro, this stunning mountain lies in the heart of a magnificent wilderness.

The easiest approach to the south face routes from Gorm Loch Mor is to follow a steep grassy terrace along a right to left rising traverse from the foot of the large gully descending to the right of the crag. Ascend about 20m up the left hand side of the gully, pass behind the first outcrop and follow the grass up and left. This eventually leads to Trident Gully.

Weather forecast

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0.1mm rain
16 °C
13 kph

1.4mm rain
Mainly cloudy
14 °C
12 kph

0.3mm rain
16 °C
9 kph

0.9mm rain
Sunny periods
15 °C
9 kph

0.5mm rain
Sunny periods
14 °C
10 kph
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Climbs at this crag

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 Climb nameGradex
1North West Ridge1 *4
2A'Mhaighdean summitsummit 67
3White LouseVD 1
5Doe CrackVD * 
6Red SlabD **2
7PurityHVS 5a * 
 Climb nameGradex
8The Cave-MouthVS 4c * 
10Easgle GroovesS * 
11Pillar ButtressVD *2
12Triple Cracks RouteS * 
13GladiatorS * 
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