Altitude 900m a.s.l
albino, stag rocks © Mac fae Stirling
The large collection of cliffs on the north side of Loch Avon between Coire Raibert and Coire Domhain. The cliffs face south and can be a real suntrap allowing for rock routes to be done both early and late in the year. This does pose obvious problems for some of the winter routes but there are some good lines which have a very different feel to the nearby norries.
Approach to the crag is usually via the Goat Track or 1141. Descent to the base can be done via Coire Domhain, Y gully, Diagonal Gully or Coire Raibert. There is an ab point into Diagonal gully a little way down from the plateu on the gully's west side which gives access to the routes around Final Selection.
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