Climbs 15
Rocktype Gneiss
Altitude 10m a.s.l
Faces all

Very Erratic © Steve Perry

Crag features

A huge boulder of reddish gneiss in the dunes behind the beach at Torrisdale. Slabby on its south-east face and impressively steep on the others. Routes and some bouldering.

Approach notes

Walk along the footpath onto the beach from Torrisdale. Car Parking for half dozen cars, with Tourist signage. The boulder is found approximately halfway along the beach, in the grass covered dunes behind (approx NC 695 617).

Didn't climb as surfing, but looks impressive, wee bit gardening might be needed on the slab side, but looks superb and location is amazing. Sutherland at its best.
soularch - 23/Sep/13
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Climbs at this crag

Climb name Grade
1 SW Face Left Arete
E1 5b 3
2 Slab Face Left D 5
Climb name Grade
3 Slab Face Centre
S 2
4 Slab Face Right
VS 4b 1
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