/ Galloway and Southern Scotland weekend climbing
I'm working in the galloway forest to earn some cash money over winter.. Took a drive along to the mull today and am blown away by the sea cliffs here! Anyone keen to get out on a nice (read, not raining) weekend to climb some.. All the gear and enough idea. Lead HVS on a good day but it's been a while since I've been out so let's call it VS... reply on here and we can sort something out
My Mum and bro live in that part of the world. As well as the Mull, the Thirlestane is a lovely place to boulder on yr own; and nearby Clifton is a great accessible crag, tho I've only climbed there once. Seem to struggle to get down there climbing (am in Embra).
Good luck getting sorted!
Cheers guys I'll have a wee look at what's going..
Meikle Ross is worth a visit if sea cliffs are your thing. Has a bit of a micro climate too.
another vote for Meikle Ross
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