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This fine ridge, one of the best in Scotland outside Skye, gives a splendid outing. Much variation is possible and this is the grade for the easiest line traversing from south to north.

FA. T.F.S Campbell, W. Douglas, J.H.Gibson, H.Fleming, R.A.Robertson, and Dr Leith 30/Jan/1892.

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wbradbeer 26 Jul, 2020 Show βeta
βeta: Originally though the airy stride was the diving board which lead to a whole bunch of confusion. The correct order is downward facing slabs to a wide groove, airy stride between two stone planks, scramble on to the ridge ahead, walk 20m or so and you are on the diving board. There should be an old peg and a large flake with ab tat on it.
 
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βeta: Originally though the airy stride was the diving board which lead to a whole bunch of confusion. The correct order is downward facing slabs to a wide groove, airy stride between two stone planks, scramble on to the ridge ahead, walk 20m or so and you are on the diving board. There should be an old peg and a large flake with ab tat on it.
ebdon 5 Aug, 2019 Show βeta
βeta: Theres a fixed rope on the north side of the bad step as of August 2019 ignore this as it goes nowhere
 
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βeta: Theres a fixed rope on the north side of the bad step as of August 2019 ignore this as it goes nowhere

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