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Climbs 35
Rocktype Sandstone (hard)

Faces SW

Crag features

Located at NG 954 471 

An excellent collection of small edges, with prominent aretes, walls and corners, offering high quality clean rock giving good low grade problems and highballs. Visible from the road as a pair of escarpments. The upper escapment is in two distinct sections and attains reasonable height, a rope may comfort. The rock is immaculate Torridonian sandstone with numerous holds just begging to be pulled on. Really accessible, catching the sun and any breeze. Amazing views to the south, down Glen Torridon and up to Liatach. Quite possibly explored before. The highlight is the excellent arete on the upper section of the upper tier. There is scope for more development with some harder lines on offer. Please contact me with any updates and feedback.

Approach notes

Park in the Beinn Eighe carpark and head up the hill bearing slightly left. The first rocks, the Upper tier lower section, are visible from the car park and have a prominent blocky boulder below them giving an easy crimpy short slab. The upper section is a continuation of this rock feature reappearing from the heather up the hill. The lower tier is easily found a few minutes below this.  5-10 minutes gets you to all areas. Routes are described from RIGHT to LEFT as you  would approach them.

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