SMCJ 2009. This crag has some fine routes and is a good choice in showery weather, its overhangs providing welcome shelter from the rain (though not the midges).
The right-hand side of the crag, a large overhang and cracked slab, is just visible from the White House on the approach from Alligin Shuas. When approaching from Diabaig, cross the outflow of Loch a’ Bhealaich Mhor (passing beneath the crag of the same name) to follow a line leading across the next hill, keeping roughly to the same height. A light sheep path is picked up at this point - this leads around and down past some boulders to the foot of the crag (50mins). The main feature of the crag is a hanging slab sporting a system of cracks and lying above a huge overhang.
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