The traverse of Sgorr a'Chaolais provides a fine mountaineering route.

ClimberDateStyle
Tightsgirl 14/Feb 2nd
with Jen, Caspar McKeever
Hidden 11/Feb Lead O/S
Kevin Woods 09/Feb Solo

Abed the step

with Oliver Skeoch
Si ?/Feb Lead

Practising short roping with Kate, Ross and Becs

Hidden 06/Mar/16 Lead
FlamehairedFrodo 24/Feb/16 AltLd

Climbed with Guided Libby Peter and Rebecca Egglestone as partner. Glorious sunshine and deep snow. Fun abseil

Mapleleaf 23/Feb/16 2nd

We climbed the route alpine style selecting a higher grade on the way up to the Dragons Tooth. With the beginning being a III/VI route.

with Snow & Ice Jagged Globe
Hidden ?/Feb/16 Lead
Scott Quinn 21/Feb/15 Solo O/S

30m rope for ab

Tom.Priestley 21/Feb/15 Solo O/S

30 rope for ab. One axe fine. Was windy and deep powder.

Hidden 08/Feb/15 -
aneate 29/Dec/14 -
guy757 06/Feb/14 -
bowls ?/Feb/13 Solo

Mostly solo with an abseil. Rough approach!

JamesRoddie 23/Jan/13 Solo O/S

A nice wee abseil in the middle and an entertaining exposed pinnacle. Beautiful day.

TheFatClimber ?/Jan/12 -
morsy 31/Dec/09 Solo

only bit of II's the descent half way along the connecting ridge, which you could probably abseil off one of a variety of block/pinnacles if you didn't want to downclimb it

Hidden 15/Mar/08 Solo
JDSwain ?/Feb/05 Solo O/S
with Jerry Smallwood, Ian Swain
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