Paul James, MIC - - Winter and Rock Climbing Conditions

Saturday, 26 February 2011

26-02-11, Logie Head, Moray Coast - Rock Climbing

Today Jules and I went rock climbing on the sandstone sea cliff fin of Logie Head on the Moray Coast. It has been both sunny and cold! We managed to do lots of climbing on the star face in the sun which was ace, and we also did a few more of the starred routes on the left hand side. A very pleasant and enjoyable day. Logie Head is well worth a visit if you are in the area. Good quality rock, between 10m-15m in height, excellent VS - E1 routes, good gear, cracks, holds and friction. Most of the cliff is accessible at high water but if its stormy maybe not.
Photos - Top, Logie Head - Right and Below, Star Face - Below II, solo of Sea Urchin - Below III, Crazy fortress/castle on end of Cullen Bay.

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