Vertical and steep Mica schist climbing, on many sharp edges.


A small suntrap with only 10 routes, some nice and fingery.

Access issues

No access during nesting season.


DIRECTIONS: Approaching from Perth along the A85 or South along the B827 to the A85, head through Comrie, as you pass the village exit signs hit your mileometer and continue for exactly 2.4 miles. Do NOT take the entrance that say's 'Private Road' Access to Whitehouse Only, Continue for a short distance more, round a nasty hairpin and take the next single-track tarmac road on the right that says 'Dunira - Private'. Follow this for 0.3 miles to a crossroads, turn right and continue along the tarmac road running into a dirt track (often pot holes) for another 0.5 miles. Shortly after passing the entrance to 'Greystones' on the left, the road enters a clearing of Rhodedendrons and obvious parking place before a sign that says 'No Vehicle Access'- please respect this. APPROACH: Leave the car park heading east along the same road. Just before the farm buildings (Please keep dogs on lead until well on the hill - Landowner's request) the road forks left along a 'public right of way' and heads up hill. Come back left along the track as it doglegs back on itself above the same field, now heading North West and following a small stream. A short distance further on the main stream heads up the hill on the right and there is a junction of landrover tracks (Sheet 52 Grid Ref 742 242). Cross the bridge over the stream and turn left up a track which initially follows the right side of the stream. Follow the track, keeping left where it forks, to its end near the top of the forest. From the end of the track, traverse left on a faint path to cross the stream. From here the crag is clearly visible up on the left. Cross diagonally through boulders to be well rewarded for your travels and effort.


Don't park where it could bother the neighbours. Leave no trace. Check it isn't nesting season.



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