Scottish Sport Climbs

All of the most popular crags in our Scottish Sport Climbs book are now available in the Rockfax App. The crags are covered with detailed photo-topos and route descriptions, and it is designed to be used while climbing, or to locate and find places to climb. You can link it to your climbing logbook on and log routes while on the go.

As we receive and process more information on sport climbing areas in development (including those already in the App) we’ll be doing our best to keep it as up to date as we can!

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Profits from our books go to the Scottish Mountaineering Trust which is a Scottish-registered charity. Purchasing an SMC or SMT publication helps the Scottish mountains and the communities that enjoy them.

Am Fasgadh, Balmashanner Quarry, Bennybeg, Black Rock, Boltsheugh, Brin Rock, Cambus o' May Quarry, Castle of Yesnaby Quarry, Clashfarquhar Bay, Creag Bheag, Creag nan Cadhag, Creag nan Luch, Creag nan Òrd, Dumbarton Rock, Dumbuck, Dunglas, Dunira Crag, Dunlichity Crag, Elephant Rock, Glen Ogle - Dark Side, Glen Ogle - Sunny Side, Goat Crag, Grass Crag, Hidden Walls, Kirrie Hill, Kuhjo Crag, Legaston Quarry, Ley Quarry, Little Torboll, Moy Rock, Myopics Buttress, Newtonhill Cave, Newtyle Quarry, North Berwick Law Quarry, Orchestra Cave, Princess Cairn, Raasmi, Ranochan Walls, Red Wall Quarry, Rob's Reed, Rockdust Crag, Silver Rock, Steall Hut Crag, Strathyre Crag, Stronachlachar Crags, The Anvil, The Camel, The Keel, Tighnabruaich, Tunnel Wall, Upper Cave Crag, Weem Crags




Spring 2020


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