Monday, July 25, 2011

Craig Minnan

A forgotten, windswept moor with broken old crags overlooking Inverclyde, it's a good spot to escape in the high summer. I'd be keen to know if anyone has bouldered here - Little Craig Minnan, in particular, was a terrific  buttress with exciting problems over good grassy landings. There appears to be more rock in Muirshiel than I remember, as though I'd missed some vulcanism in the last decade or so. Buttresses everywhere... but sometimes the high contrast summer light makes them seem more substantial than they are!






1 comment:

Andrew said...

Craig Minnan was my first taste of real rock when I was learning to climb indoors in 2003!

I just tried a few traverses and some of the easier and more obvious problems.

The walk, the windy moor and my very basic skills made it seam like a real expedition!

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