/ Cha no topo

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Andrew Sloan - on 04 Dec 2017
I have accessed the online topo of Chan-no, which appears to have only a small selection of the lines marked. Is there a guidebook with a more comprehensive illustration of all the routes?
rogerwebb - on 04 Dec 2017
In reply to Andrew Sloan:

There is something in the pipeline which I think will be ready before Christmas.
CaelanB - on 05 Dec 2017
In reply to rogerwebb:
Also, I'm currently the moderator for Cha no. As a crag it's probably got one of the least representative UKC pages for such a popular cliff. I'd love to tidy the page up a wee bit as its descended into a bit of a mess of new routes here there and everywhere. Any pointers of things to look at to clear it up or people to talk to?

Cheers,

Caelan
Post edited at 14:40
rogerwebb - on 05 Dec 2017
In reply to CaelanB:

Yhm
Yorvik on 07 Dec 2017
In reply to CaelanB:

yhm
Pay Attention - on 07 Dec 2017
In reply to Andrew Sloan:
What and where is Chan no?

Pay Attention - on 07 Dec 2017
In reply to Andrew Sloan:

Ah I found the UKC logbook for Creagan Coire Cha-no

I was beginning to think, after looking at IMDb entries for Punjabi films, that Cha-no was a mythical lost utopia like Atlantis or Kinder Downfall.
Andrew Sloan - on 16:52 Sun
In reply to Pay Attention:

Oops, hadn't noticed my misspelling!

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