150m, 4 pitches. Coireag Dubh Beag, Liathach. Start in the very obvious narrow chimney slot. The first pitch is the crux and the rest of the gully is much more open and has a nice final ice pitch.

C and A S Rowland Feb/1977

masa-alpin 01/Apr/13 Lead dnf

Kyle started leading the P1 on ice formed at the left of the chimney, but eventually climbed back down, and I took over. Ice was thin in most places, particularly the ice column, which required a very delicate climbing. There were a few overhanging bulge to negotiate, where the ice conditions weren't great, either. It was poorly protected and scary all the way to the top. VI 6? Actually the chimney might have been climbable (we didn't look). We abbed off after P1.

with Kyle
Mr. K 01/Apr/13 2nd dnf

We abbed off after the first pitch because the ice was steep, thin and brittle. Needs some freeze/thaw to fatten it up.

rodders24 20/Feb/11 AltLd

A great climb, wasn't enough ice on the 1st pitch so climbed the ledges on the left side to get to the first snow ramp

with Jonny Young
Hidden 06/Mar/10 AltLd
colinthrelfall ??/2010 AltLd
with beads
Colin Mcgregor 21/Feb/99 AltLd
with Dave Allan, Dave Mitchell
TobyA 31/Dec/98 Lead O/S

Not sure on the year, but pretty certain it was NY's eve. Had to traverse in above some of the first pitch due to lack of ice IIRC.

with Ed, Olly
phardman 31/Mar/96 AltLd O/S
with Jon Bibby
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