Climbs 50
Rocktype Sandstone (hard)
Altitude 962m a.s.l
Faces NE

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Crag features

The highest peak of the Coulin Forest presents an impressive north-east and north face when ascending Coire Lair from Achnashellach. The rock is sandstone throughout and rather broken so is best as a winter venue.

Approach notes

2-3 hours along a stalkers track then cross country to the climbs.

Altitude 962m not 853m?
Captain Solo - 02/May/13
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Climbs at this crag

Climb name Grade
  South-East Face
2 Sgorr Ruadh summit
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summit 124
3 The Slant II  
4 Steppin III  
5 Robertson's Buttress IV *  
6 Academy Ridge VD  
7 Academy Ridge (Winter) II 2
8 Academy Ridge Direct Finish IV 5  
  Central Couloir
10 Post Box Gully II *** 20
11 Gravesend IV  
12 Battersea Buttess V 6 1
13 Croydon Chimney V 6 * 2
14 High Gully IV 4 * 2
15 Central Couloir I * 20
16 Ruayahua V 6  
17 Brown Gully III * 2
18 Crimson Buttress VI 7 1
19 Parrallel Lines III  
20 Easy Gully II * 5
  Raeburn's Buttress
22 Cupid III 4 * 1
23 Stunt III 4 * 1
24 Narrow Ridge V 6 1
25 Raeburn's Buttress via Narrow Gully II ** 2
26 Raeburn's Buttress (Direct) D * 1
27 Raeburn's Buttress (Direct) (Winter) V 6 *  
28 The Jigsaw III ** 1
29 Tritium Chimney V 7 **  
30 Brooker's Route IV *  
31 Raeburn's Superdirect IV 6 **  
  North Face
33 Spanner In The Works
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V 6  
34 Sticky Fingers
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V 5  
35 Tophet Gully
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IV 5 *  
36 Fox's Face
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IV 4 **  
37 Gopher's Gully
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IV 4 **  
38 First Blood
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V 6 *  
39 The Key
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II  
40 Highland Scottische
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IV 5 *  
41 The Sandstone Virgin
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V 7 * 1
42 Ruadh Awakening
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VI 6 *  
43 Splintery Edge
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VD  
44 Splintery Edge (Winter)
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III 4  
45 Tango in the Night VI 7 *** 7
46 The Last Waltz
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V 6 ** 3
47 Pit Bull Polka
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VI 7  
48 North Gully I ** 5
  Upper Buttress
50 Upper Buttress, Original Route
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VD  
51 Upper Buttress, Original Route (Winter)
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III  
52 Frivolity
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III  
53 Riotous Ramble III 1
54 Riotous Ridge
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III ** 1
55 Old Kent Road III 1

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