Altitude 538m a.s.l
The striking slabby wall lies on the east flank of the north ridge of Casteal Abhail facing into Coire nan Ceum. Cuithe Mheadhonach means Central Stronghold, a very appropriate name. The following routes, on the pale wall on the left of the crag, are quick-drying, althogh the rest of the crag is not.
From the A841 in North Glen Sannox a fairly wet path runs from the bridge car park (NR 993 467) along the south side of the burn. The walk is rather uninspiring until the cliff comes into sight before quitting the forestry plantation. The side of a picturesque small gorge then leads to the burn junction. Cross the burn just above this junction, then head straight up to the crag.
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