Lying at the southwest end of Loch Duntelchaig, this large crag has been 'looked at to death!' Despite the development done over the years at the nearby and more amenable Ashie Fort nothing happened. The nature of the rock and the lack of available protection put off most people. The essence of this outstanding crag lies in its height and in the rock type which is a hard conglomerate. It has very few cracks and little scope for natural protection. Coupled with the risk of the occasional 'popping' pebble it all adds up to possibly the most suitable crag for sport climbing in the entire country.
Seepage is only occasional but run off from the top overhangs can sometimes be a problem. The crag does not get much sun and the gully can sometimes be a wind funnel but at least that helps keep the midges at bay! Not the worst crag for midges but worth having a hood handy in case the breeze drops. All the routes have been equipped to a high standard and have in-situ lower-offs.