Climbs 16
Rocktype UNKNOWN
Altitude 967m a.s.l
Faces all

Crag features

One of the premium winter climbing venues in the Cuillin, a spread of high quality mixed lines from grade III up to grade VII. The altitude and aspect bring it into condition quickly and very often the routes are climbable when other crags are out of business. Descent is probably easiest by traversing Sgurr Thearlaich towards the TD Gap and then down climbing until an abseil is possible into the top of the Great Stone Shoot, there is also a convenient 50m abseil from a thread at the top of Gully E.

Guidebooks

No guides found for this crag

Replaced ab tat yesterday. The original anchors were very unstable and wobbly, I wouldn't hang my pack of them never mind myself.
Cameron94 - 08/Oct/12
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Climbs at this crag

Climb name Grade
  Stone Shoot Face
2 Gully A III * 2
3 Gully B VI 6 ***  
4 BC Buttress IV 5 **  
5 Tour de Force VI 6 *** 1
6 Le Diedre Blanc IV 5 ** 1
Climb name Grade
7 Vent du Nord V 6 *  
8 Gully C III 4 ** 1
9 CD Buttress V 6 **  
10 Gully D
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V 6 *** 2
11 Gully E III 4 * 3
12 The Bogeyman VI 7  
Climb name Grade
13 Deliverance VII 7 **  
14 Deliverance E2 5b *  
15 Sgurr Thearlaich via the Great Stone Shoot
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3S 14
  Traverses
17 Sgurr Thearlaich summit
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summit 107
18 Sgurr Thearlaich Traverse
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3S *** 76

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