Altitude 316m a.s.l
This is a small pillared outcrop in the Kilpatrick hills to the north of Clydebank near to Jaw Reservoir. Rock type is unknown but probably basalt.
There is a passing mention of a limited number of 8-15m climbs listed in the older guidebooks - other details are lost to history.
Current condition is unknown.
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The closest road access is using the farm access road up towards the dam at Jaw Reservoir, but access and parking situation is currently unknown so this needs further research.
A safer, but longer, option is to park at the Concho Road public car park beside the Concho stones and walk up the footpath North, through the fields and past the waterfall to the dam. The crag is visiible to the north-east from the dam, above the line of the forrest.
From the dam it's approx 1km walking across country to reach the crag. Skirt the west end of the reservoir and head north-east to pick up a landrover track along the edge of the forest. The crag should be visible on the south-west side of the hill.
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