Altitude 320m a.s.l
This previously hidden craig, recently revealed due to tree felling, lies to the east of the popular Ben A'an summit (454m).
Small smooth slab with Quartz faulting, south facing, with great views and approximately 12m in height. Another crag a few meters nearby, an arete, approxiamtely 25m in height.
Same approach as for Ben A'an. Park in the normal visitors car park and walk directly up the Ben A'an path for about 20mins until you reach a crossroads at a level section, turn right and follow that path for about 380m. You will see a large easy angled slab up on the left at this point. Make your way to the foot of the slab the easiest way you can through forestry brash from recent felling operations in 2015/16.
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