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Climbing

There are numerous climbing routes in Assynt - on our sea stack at Stoer, on some of the coastal cliffs, and on the sandstone mountains.

The best guidebook for the recognised climbs isThe Northern Highlands, North Scotland by Andy Nisbet – Published SMC (2004)ISBN 0 907521 80 0

Details of the climbs listed in this book are here look under Sutherland.
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Reiff Cliffs
Reiff Cliffs
Reiff Cliffs, an excellent climbing area with spectacular views  View Details.
Hamlet Mountaineering
Hamlet Mountaineering
The mountains of the North West Highland may be small but they all have very big personalities! Hamlet Mountaineering can help you discover the best the North West has... View Details.
Old Man of Stoer
Old Man of Stoer
The Old Man of Stoer is a 60 metres (197 ft) high sea stack of Torridonian sandstone in Sutherland, Highland, Scotland, close to the Marilyn Sidhean... View Details.
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