Rocktype Sandstone (hard)
Altitude 2m a.s.l
slippy crux crack © mulletcocktail2000
The sea cliffs around the crofts of Reiff give pinnacles, bouldering and impressive geos in an amazing setting.
Plenty of climbing in a superb location.
PARKING - IMPORTANT
The locals are very friendly and reasonable and are happy for people to park here but they are concerned about their own access. Please take great care not to block any gates or access for local residents. If there is no room to park then please park a little further away and walk in.
Update 10th July 21
The normal parking area at the end of the road has now been blocked off by filling it with old farming machinery and other items. This has happened in the last month or so which means there is now no parking at the end of the road. There are various no parking signs at potential parking locations in the village and as you should not fill up the signed passing places the nearest parking maybe some distance from the end of the road.
KITCHEN AT REIFF - Sara Nason is now running a small kitchen here and welcomes climbers for soup and bread lunches, teas and suppers which may help supply a much needed sustenance after a climb or walk.
You must park with consideration for the local houses, as this is a local concern and we don't want to lose access, please! (Jon Read)
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