Rocktype Sandstone (hard)
Altitude 190m a.s.l
Pete on a route not in the guidebook © Jonny Tee 69
A low lying sandstone crag clearly seen from the Torridon Inn above the A896 road. There are two crags with a shallow heather gully between them. The main climbs are on the upper tier hidden by trees. The left hand side is slabbier and the right hand side is characterised by two prominent groove lines on either side of a prow.
A little vegetated in places but definitely worth persevering for the absolutely spectacular views from the top.
Descend by walking down to either end of the upper tier.
Park at the Torridon Inn and walk up the road to the road bridge about 100m from the car park. Turn off left up a track and then follow the gully up to the crag, 20 mins.
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