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120m, 3 pitches. Starting at the same point as Red Gully, the gully on the extreme right of the buttress has a short sharp but well protected section. it cuts up deeply rightwards to a short pitch which is usually taken on the right, initially on ice. Continue up a shallow gully for 25m from where it is easy to the top, or for those who don't want to go to plateau, a 40m traverse to the Goat track.

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CUMC Ticklist , Coire an t'Sneachda Low Grade Routes , Winter 20-21 Ticklist

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soularch 6 Mar Show βeta
βeta: Excellent repeat, good firm snow and some ice patches, even got 1 screw in. Bit of digging to find 'cave' belay. Enjoyable climb.
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βeta: Excellent repeat, good firm snow and some ice patches, even got 1 screw in. Bit of digging to find 'cave' belay. Enjoyable climb.

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The Runnel

Grade: II ***
(Cairn Gorm - Stob Coire an t-Sneachda)

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