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200m. Garbh Couloir II* 200m (GR271272)
The obvious straight gully in the centre of the North face of Stob Garbh. Recorded in the 2008 SMC Journal - see page 178.
Take the obvious gully line, steep to start, which leads into onto easier Grade I ground until reaching a cul-de-sac. At which take a rising traverse up and right through the steep headwall to gain the crest of Stob Garbh ridge at 800m height.

Jamie Hageman (solo) 18/Mar/2008

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User Date Style Notes & Partners
Roberttaylor 31 Mar, 2016 Solo O/S Not in great nick, finished up and left.
Not in great nick, finished up and left.
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