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Crag features

This outcrop is the end of a long line of gneiss cliffs tucked away on the hillside facing Fladda, not far short of where the Raasay shoreline turns to face north at Rubha Breacaichte. A difficult cliff to see until you stumble over it. These tall clean ribs and corners provide some of Raasay’s cleanest and most continuous rock in total solitude.

Approach notes

Take the Kyle Rona path and break off northwards at NG 597 499 as for the Beinn na h-Iolaire cliffs. Carry on heading north past the foot of those climbs and follow a vague ridge, dropping down gently towards the sea and keeping the cliffs on your left. A smaller initial line of cliffs has some good short problems hidden below this ridge on the west face. After some 600m and dropping down further, the cliff is suddenly seen ahead in profile around the 100m contour, and level with a stumpy square sea-stack opposite on Fladda. Approach to and descent from routes is down a steep slope to the south. An approach via the Fladda path and the shoreline beyond looks tempting on the map but is a nightmare.

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