Sgorr Dhearg, Ballachulish. © totspurjohn
A tiny granite buttress sitting directly underneath the south side of the A82 bridge, it offers a handful of short (10-15m) routes for trad or dry-tooling practise, which stay dry even in the rain.
30 seconds walk from outside the Ballachulish hotel on the A828, situated directly underneath the A82 bridge. Don't climb on the bridge!
Be careful, I've been warned of a couple of loose blocks on routes here. Be good if someone could tidy and delete this.
No guides found for this crag
|Unfortunately this crag is definitely NOT a viable wet weather option in Glencoe. The crag most certainly does get wet when it rains and the well worn grass verge landing turns into a bog too.|
Gerry_Doncaster - 24/Mar/15
Moderator Updates to this page are checked by UKC volunteer Ken Applegate