A secluded tidal cave, with some excellent looking steep problems on good sea washed rock, that demand an aggressive and delicate approach!
A westerly breeze would be ideal to help dry off the sea moisture. The landings were not great at the time of writing (Aug/17) as much of the finer shingle has washed out of the cave exposing the large cobbles. Take plenty of pads if possible.
There seems to be plenty of scope for new problems and eliminates.
About 1km south of the castle. See approach details in the Boulder Scotand guide.
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