Altitude 80m a.s.l
Morgan getting baked on The Pillar. © The Big Sender
These amazing crags of immaculate gneiss offer some of the best low-level cragging in the NW Highlands.
In spite of the endless 'dire' puns in route names, locals pronounce the place "DEE-a-beg".
|There's now a fantastic restaurant in the village, well positioned for a post climb meal and beer - but it's advisable to book if you want a table.|
planetmarshall - 12/Sep/15
|Watch out for ticks of the unwelcome type. The path is crawling with them.|
Mike-W-99 - 06/Jun/12
|60m ropes will get you down in one go from the top of Black Streak on the Main Cliff|
mtempest - 04/Jun/11
|It's hard to imagine a more perfect crag. Absolutely stunning!|
Tom Last - 07/Aug/10
|Just awesome. The Pillar, Northumberland Wall, Black Streak and Route 2 made for possibly the best day's cragging I've ever done.|
Andy Moles - 10/Jun/10
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