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200m. Garbh Couloir II* 200m (GR271272)
The obvious straight gully in the centre of the North face of Stob Garbh. Recorded in the 2008 SMC Journal - see page 178.
Take the obvious gully line, steep to start, which leads into onto easier Grade I ground until reaching a cul-de-sac. At which take a rising traverse up and right through the steep headwall to gain the crest of Stob Garbh ridge at 800m height.

Jamie Hageman (solo) 18/Mar/2008.

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Subseaclimber 9 Jan, 2021 Show βeta
βeta: Dnf due to ice being too thin at crux and gee taking whole 2m ice slab down and hanging on his axes. Having to down climb tricky section. Needs big freeze before it's in
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βeta: Dnf due to ice being too thin at crux and gee taking whole 2m ice slab down and hanging on his axes. Having to down climb tricky section. Needs big freeze before it's in

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