Altitude 688m a.s.l
Storms brewing in the Cuillin. © Alasdair Fulton
The most prominent feature of the crag on the western flank is Waterpipe Gully (VS) which is clearly visible from the Glen Brittle road. A number of other pleasant easier routes can be found to the right of Waterpipe Gully.
The crag is best visited after a dry spell, and worth the walk-in just for the beautiful Fairy Pools.
|Rock type is gabbro with basalt intrusions
Mac B - 14/Nov/06
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