Submitted by Owen McCafferty on Mon, 2009-11-23

A few hundred metres South of the harbour, this is the spot which is visited first in spring.

The cliffs dry quickly after rain and there is a general sheltered aspect.

The grades range from low grade scrambles to currently the hardest route in the county Flight from Sadness at E3 5c.

Other routes of note are:

  • The other landscape: HVS 5a
  • Stepping out: S 4b
  • Puffin Attack: HS 4b

Fig: Latheronwheel –
Climbing in Caithness

‹ Colloquialisms up Mid Clyth › Similar of ‘Latheronwheel’

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