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Altitude 329m a.s.l
Sending Catalina on the right hand side boulders © Chris MacFarlane
Glen Lednock is a collection of excellent boulders in a perfect situation. The rock is very compact schist, crimpy and solid.
Many problems are easy in nature and provide great entertainment for kids. A good level of problems in the font6 range, a good few nice font7's and harder projects for those who wish to look.
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The upper part of the glen is dominated by Lednock reservoir. The public road up the glen beyond Invergeldie farm (the usual parking spot for those contemplating a walk up Ben Chonzie) passes the waterfall of Sput Rolla to below the dam and ample parking.
****LOWER GATE NOW LOCKED PARK AS FOR BEN CHONZIE PARKING AND WALK FROM HERE 30mins****
It then continues up right past a hairpin and finishes at a small parking area right beside the east side of the dam. Either side of the dam are two rocky hills (Creag Iochdair & Creag nan Eun), both of which give bouldering areas.
|Gate still padlocked and new sign on the start of the track saying no through road turn around|
pebblespanker - 30/Aug/15
|Gate is still padlocked, although there are now 5 locks! I also parked and walked up, its about a 10 minute walk.|
Antd - 11/Nov/11
|Gate at NN736275 was locked with 3 big padlocks. Parked at the side of the road and walked up. Are there some access issues with this track?|
IamAJMiller - 27/Mar/11
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