In the Western Highlands.
Scotland provides the most remote climbing in the UK. There are a number of good small crags and sea cliffs, but you will be rewarded if you take the time to venture into some of the more remote climbing areas in the Highlands.
The individual areas are broken up into the same basic areas that the Scottish Mountaineering Councils (SMC) guide book series.
Fly to Edinburgh or Glasgow, or drive up the A1, or M6 from England.
Weather station 11.8 miles from here
335 Total Routes
['4 Stars',41],['3 Stars',56],['2 Stars',85],['1 Star',132],['Bomb',19]
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: ... : Ben Nevis
A classic route with poor gear and belays. The climbing is not as hard as Point Five Gully, but the overall route is just as serious, and the paucity of any protection puts off a lot of climbers.The base of the gully is between the Orion Face and Observatory Buttress.P1) Easy angled snow-ice, with a steeper icy step leads to a belay at the base of a left-slanting chimney. In fat conditions you'll hardly notice the step, and a lot of climbers start higher, getting to the top of P2 in one rope len...[more] Browse More Classics in International
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