The narrow connecting ridge from the highest summit of the range to the second highest. Forms the western part of the Hag's Glen horseshoe. A lot of the scrambling is avoidable by a flanking path, stay with the crest to make the most of an excellent route however

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The Ridges of England, Wales and Ireland

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User Date Style Notes & Partners
Hidden 12 Aug -
Audrey LeGrand 12 Aug -
with SJames
with SJames
Fairykitty 20 Mar -
deandarvill 16 Jun, 2017 Solo O/S Done opposite way round in thick cloud
Done opposite way round in thick cloud
Hidden ?Oct, 2016 Solo O/S
dannyserc 5 Jul, 2016 Solo O/S
Foxache 19 Nov, 2011 -
5eamuz 3 May, 2009 -
no_more_scotch_eggs ?Jul, 1993 Solo with Debbie and Angus
with Debbie and Angus
Iain Thow 19 Nov, 1990 Solo In excellent winter conditions, Grade II.
In excellent winter conditions, Grade II.
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