Westie Wall

(7 routes)

The west facing wall with easier trad routes and abrasive rock. There is a DBA on the right-hand end of the shelf that can probably be used to clean Arete Crack. For the two routes left of these, you're on your own.

Type: 
Face (Alpine)
Aspect: 
West
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Baby steps 13 8m
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DBA, easy trad climb for the beginners. The rock is abrasive
Pete O'Neill Sept 2014 FFA
Scratchy 13 8m
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DBA. Another easy trad rout for the beginners
Pete O'Neill FFA December 2014
Fat Crack 14 9m
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Easy climb up to a Bench where pitch 2 becomes rather difficult i.e. 20 plus.
Pete O'Neill FFA Dec 2013
Jamming up a Storm 20 16m
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This route runs over the top of fat crack and to the top-out. Fist size crack with good gear. Recommend wearing tape.
Jimmy Finlayson FFA 17 October 2015
New Blood 14 10m
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Easy climb up to a Bench where pitch 2 becomes rather difficult i.e. 20 plus.
Matt Humphries FFA Feb 2014
Arete Crack 14 10m
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Easy climb up to a Bench where pitch 2 becomes rather difficult i.e. 20 plus. Nice moves here.
Pete O'Neill FFA Jan 2014
Focal Point 21 8m
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A short finger sized crack at the focal point of the crag. Start from the anchors above on shelf above the main arete
FFA Jimmy Finlayson 12th June 2016
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