The most northerly point on the island. A beautiful wild spot, with a good range of routes. The rock is of the varying quality typical of Skye's dolerite sea-cliffs, ranging from very good to crumbling choss.
The big north-facing walls beneath the Lookout are relatively popular and home to classics such as Whispering Crack, but the single-pitch routes on the north-east side of the Headland are also worthwhile for those willing to walk a little further. For sea stack afficionados, there are four to be climbed here, three of which require a swim.