Altitude 250m a.s.l
Situated high on the Campsies, opposite Dunglass crag and overlooking Strathblane. The climbing is on vertical scree on the two boulders in front of the main crag. The rock on the main crag is even worse, especially on the roof that we slogged up the hill for.
Park at the car park at the edge of the village on the Lennoxtown road. Walk along the road till underneath the crag and slog up (25mins). It's especially good to go in the summer after heavy rain so as the waist high ferns are soaking wet and the pathless ground is extra slippy. The approach, unpleasant as it is, will become the highlight of your day once you start climbing.
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