Climbs 46
Rocktype UNKNOWN
Altitude 948m a.s.l
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Sgurr Mhic Choinnich © David Jones

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King's Chimney is on the west face, not the east.
Andy Moles - 01/Jun/12
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Climbs at this crag

Climb name Grade
1 Sgurr Mhic Choinnich summit
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summit 351
2 Sgurr Mhic Coinnich via Bealach Mhic Coinnich and Collie's Ledge
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2 ** 76
  West Face
  Top Buttress West Face
5 Vanishing Beads
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VS 4b *  
6 Raven's Rib
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E1 5b *  
7 Descent Corner
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M  
8 Mud Wrestler
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VD *  
9 Huffy Messiah
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S *  
10 Up the Down Stoneshoot
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S * 1
11 Starless Bay
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VS 4c  
12 Flap Cracker
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HVS 5a  
  Summit Buttress West Face
14 Collie's Ledge
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M * 59
15 King's Chimney VD *** 293
16 Mackenzie's Flying Groove * E1 5b **  
17 Cannon and Wall * E1 5b **  
Climb name Grade
  West Buttress
19 Jeffrey's Dyke D *** 22
20 Jeffrey's Dyke (Winter)
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III  
21 The Twister
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III  
22 West Buttress
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D 6
23 Scree Substitution 2 * 2
24 Bomb Alley 2 11
  East Face
  Lower Cliff
27 Magpie Cracks
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VS  
28 St Andrew's Crack
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HVS  
29 Chemist's Constitutional
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VD  
30 Chemist's Constitutional - Sue's Chimney
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VD  
  Upper Cliff
32 North-East Buttress
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VD *  
33 North-East Gully
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VS *  
34 North-East Gully (Winter) VI 7  
35 Populace
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HVS  
Climb name Grade
36 Fluted Buttress
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HVS 4c **  
37 Fluted Buttress Direct Finish
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HVS *  
38 Cocoa Cracks E2 5c **  
39 Crack of Dawn HVS **  
40 Crack of Dawn (Winter) VII 8 *** 2
41 Dawn Grooves (Summer)
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HVS 4c *** 4
42 Dawn Grooves (Winter)
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VII 8 ***  
43 Mongoose Direct E1 5b *** 1
44 King Cobra E1 5b *** 29
45 King Cobra Direct
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E3 5c *  
46 Exiguous Gully
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VI 6 **  
47 Hanging Slab
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HVS  
48 East Face Rake
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M  
49 Forgotten Groove
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VD *  
50 Raeburn's Route
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III  
51 Southwest Ridge 3 * 6
52 Black Cleft VI 7 *** 1
53 North ridge *
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2 ** 7
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