Altitude 300m a.s.l
Cruising it in the damp. Pulling around the roof on Anger and Lust. © Longdrive97
Popular with Aberdonians - excellent wet weather alternative if Creag an Dubh Loch and Lochnagar are shrouded in cloud.
Surrounding woodland provides interesting flora and fauna.
Must do: Peels Wall (E4 6a), Rattlesnake (E3 6b), Anger and Lust (E2 5c), Smith's Arete (E5 6a), Lucky Strike (VS 4c), Little Cenotaph (HVS 5b), Black Custard (E1 5b).
The path leading up directly from the car park takes you to Central Section.
To reach the Western Section, either walk on the base of the cliffs from Central Section, or walk westward from the car park passing a gate at 300m and head up from the large block.
Erosion is a problem - please keep to obvious paths.
Bird nesting may happen during seaon (March-September). Please be vigilant and don't climb when they are present.
18/May/22 : Birds said to be nesting on Giant Flake Route (Central Butress - Front Face)
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