Climbs 74
Rocktype Sandstone (hard)
Altitude 70m a.s.l

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Warming down at Reiff-in-the-woods in the evening sun after a day further up the road at Stone Pig cliffs. © Richie Betts

Crag features

A magical collection of sandstone boulders hidden amongst trees right by the road beneath Stac Pollaidh. Allegedly washed up there by a very high tide. Mostly very sheltered, avoid during the midge season unless it's very windy. From the Scooped Wall the outlook over Loch Bad a' Ghaill is fantastic.

Approach notes

The boulders are on the south side of the road to Reiff 2km past the Stac Pollaidh car park. Post Crag, which has some good easy problems, is obvious on the north side of the road. Park carefully on the bend. Leave a trail of breadcrumbs to find your way back out.

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