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Climbs 13
Rocktype Gneiss
Altitude 120m a.s.l
Faces SW

Crag features

A great wee (reasonably) easy to access crag, worth visiting if you are exploring the island. Used on occasion by Raasay House outdoor centre who will be happy to advise on approach/ conditions as well as other places on the island to check out. They also do great coffee, cakes, restaurant meals and bar meals and are very friendly.

Best route on the crag is Calum Macleod HS.

Approach notes

Take care during the summer - millions of ticks! Long trousers tucked in recomended!

From the end of Calum's Road, follow the middle track round a corner to a vague track through birch trees and long grass on the left. Follow this through a gate then up across the hillside, trending left, to the most obvious crag visible. The SMC guidebook has a great, detailled description of the approach.

 

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