Neptune's Wall

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A hidden slab in the headland of Gob a'Gheodha just north of the sandy bay at Slaggan. Close to the sea but not tidal.

Directions & Approach

Grid Ref: NG 835947

From Slaggan, go through the gate and take the path that passes right of the solitary gable ends and heads towards the beach. Where it branches, take the path that heads north along the top of the grassy cliffs, passing through another gate, until a rocky headland is reached, continue to the wooden cross and rusty metal supports. Wander down the slope, heading over the top of the deep slot of Gob Geo, and walk down a sloping ramp curving right. Near the end of the ramp and close to the sea, the slab will be on the right.


Described right to left.


Gutbuster D
Also a useful descent.

Headcase VD
Some thought provoking moves.

Beer Belly S
Basically a big rockover.

Intimate Ending S
Intimate = unpleasant, although the lower section is nice enough.

Birthday Treat VS 4c

Climb and Enjoy, Fatboy E1 5b

Jagged Edge D

First Ascent Info

Looking across to the mouth of Loch Ewe
Date Route(s) Climber(s)
1980s Gutbuster, Birthday Treat, Jagged Edge J and M Buchanan
1980s Beer Belly J Henderson and J Buchanan
1980s Intimate Ending J Henderson, J and M Buchanan
Apr 1998 Climb and Enjoy, Fatboy P Tattersall and A Katzenmeier

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