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Altitude 747m a.s.l
Binnein Shuas emerging from the mist © andymoin
A unique crag in a beautiful setting, best known for the classic Ardverikie Wall, though there are numerous excellent routes.
"The best crag I ever walked past." Tom Patey.
MOUNTAINEERING SCOTLAND ACCESS ADVISORY SUMMER 2018
"There are peregrines nesting roughly 100m east of Ardverikie Wall.
We are currently advising that the "Fortress" and the cliff line to the left of Ardverikie Wall should be OK, but not further east (right) towards Eastern Chimney area."
|Delayed attack in good nick 07/14, apart from blood and flakes of skin left at the crux.|
|Delayed Attack cleaned 06/14|
|beware the ardverikie jobbie.|
|The best new crag I ever found !
Like Glen Etive the views are breathtaking and the climbing a treat....
Always a pleasure to return.|
Graeme N Hunter -