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
338 Total Routes
['4 Stars',41],['3 Stars',58],['2 Stars',85],['1 Star',133],['Bomb',19]
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WI1 M1 Mod. Snow Europe
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: ... : Aladdin's Buttress
Aladdin's Couloir is a classic dog-legging snow gully that wraps around the steep left hand side of Aladdin's Buttress and passes behind the rocky spire of Aladdin's Seat en route to the plateau above. A great first winter route or easy descent; commonly soloed. The steepest section comes right in the dogleg, but the grade is fairly consistent throughout. A cornice often forms at the top once the route joins with Aladdin's Mirror, but this can often be avoided on the right. Ice sometim...[more] Browse More Classics in International
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