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The Great Mountain Crags of Scotland, Garry Latter, Scottish Ticklist up to VS

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JoeCoxson 18 Aug Show βeta
βeta: Echo the comments that best to stay on the summit track and descent to the start of the route, unless you like HVG climbing and climbing choss/ heather (which I do, and was quality type-2 fun tbf)
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βeta: Echo the comments that best to stay on the summit track and descent to the start of the route, unless you like HVG climbing and climbing choss/ heather (which I do, and was quality type-2 fun tbf)
Wee Davie 26 Jul, 2018 Show βeta
βeta: In a different league of seriousness to classic mountain Severes like January Jigsaw. The guidebook is not kidding when it says the approach up ledge 3 is horrendous. Anyone for 200m of Weetabix and vertical heather? The gangway is a superb, awesomely exposed pitch but it's a very serious undertaking to get to it. If I was doing the route again I'd walk up the decent walkers path up from the glen then rap down the wide, grassy gully to the start. It'd be safer and more pleasant.
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βeta: In a different league of seriousness to classic mountain Severes like January Jigsaw. The guidebook is not kidding when it says the approach up ledge 3 is horrendous. Anyone for 200m of Weetabix and vertical heather? The gangway is a superb, awesomely exposed pitch but it's a very serious undertaking to get to it. If I was doing the route again I'd walk up the decent walkers path up from the glen then rap down the wide, grassy gully to the start. It'd be safer and more pleasant.

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