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.
Fly to Edinburgh or Glasgow, or drive up the A1, or M6 from England.
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Mountain Project's determination of some of the classic, most popular, highest rated routes for Scotland:
The Old Man of Stoer 5.8 Trad, 4 pitches, 240 feet, Grade II North West Highlands : Old Man of Stoer, Lochinver
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Haramosh. 5.7 International : United Kingdom : ... : Point of Stoer..Sutherland.
Named for a friend Paul Nunn who died on the Himalayan peak Haramosh about two days before this ascent. Rap down to the large platform below the climbs. Great situations..P1)Move down about 15' from the left side of the platform to the foot of the groove,slightly below the high water mark.The groove is followed passed an overhang and up to a ledge on the left edge below a large roof.A great pitch.110' 5.7- P2)Move up to below the roof and traverse a few feet right above the lip of another overh...[more] Browse More Classics in International