Crag in a gully just at the East end of the big sandy beach. The arete of the unnamed at a moderate grade is the distinguishing feature. The remaining routes lie further up the gully.
Walk from the Bothy, at high tide or in late Summer walk well inland to avoid the bracken. Pass a few abandoned stone houses and Glasnacardoch and you can see the beach beyond. At low tide it is possible to approach by a combination of scrambling around headlines and walking across beaches which avoids the bog tramping and vegitation bashing of the inland route.
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