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Climbs 8
Rocktype Mica schist
Altitude 34m a.s.l
Faces NW

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Esoteric Sport © Burnsie

Crag features

Miracle Wall started as a toprope venue which was bolted because the routes are great. It's recently been re-bolted (stainless steel resin) and some more lines have been added. It now has now has lower offs and is a lot safer / less scary than it used to be. 


The overhanging mica shist crag is a perfect gem with good rock, good routes and a excellent outlook over Loch Ech. It has superb Heuco style pockets.

(Scottishclimbs.com)

Approach notes

From Arrochar village head for Dunoon. Once at Loch Ech keep looking on the left side for a really obvious stone dyke wall. Park in lay-by (right after a sharp-ish left hand bend) before this and follow the guide to the crag. If arriving from the Dunoon side, drive to Loch Eck and pass a pub on the right, The Coylet. Keep going along the loch and on right you will reach the stone dyke wall. If the parking space is full another space can be found before the stone dyke wall. Once parked look on the opposite side of the loch and you will see a hut on the lochside, if you have a map the hut is situated at a wee place called Bernice. Once the hut is spotted follow the guide and get ready to get pumped on this deceptive little gem. Hitch-hiking is easy around these parts and due to the 20 second walk-in, it's a great crag to get to without a car.

(Scottishclimbs.com)

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