Craig Corn Arn

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Craig Corn Arn

Craig Corn Arn is the escarpment of edges and buttresses that can be seen across the River Dee near Cambus 'O' May on Pannanich Hill. Development has been sporadic over the years, but the potential for boulders, highballs and microroutes is good. This wiki is an attempt to capture any current and future developments.

The crag is split roughly into three sections with the middle section being where the routes mentioned in SMC NEO are. The right (N) section has potential but is possibly a nesting site. The left (S) section has potential.

Access

Park your car on the South Deeside road at 416 967 at the entrance to a restored mill. Walk the track for about 500m then, just before a gateway through an old well-made dyke, take the right turn up a short forest track which leads you out through a deer fence to the hillside. The crag is directly opposite you on the top of the ridge. 20-25 minutes from the road.

SMC Routes

Parallel Cracks VS 4b

Crackline E1 5c

Right Arete HVS 5a

Bouldering

A problem recently done by Tim Rankin

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