Bennybeg and Creag na h-Eighe

The last two days I’ve been working for Falkirk Community Trust. Yesterday David, Mike, Anthony and I were at Bennybeg with a school group rock climbing, abseiling and doing bushcraft.

Ken practising leading with a top rope above and Bex lead belaying below on Grant’s Route.

Today Ken, Bex and I had a great day at Creag na h-Eighe looking at leading skills, building belays and climbing some of the classics of the crag. We had a couple of light showers, but nothing that stopped us climbing and the crag dried quickly in the light wind and sunshine.


Robin and I were out climbing and abseiling with another two great groups from Antonine Primary School for Falkirk Community Trust Outdoors today. We visited Bennybeg, a bolted quartz-dolerite crag between Muthill and Crieff.

One of the teachers abseiling at Bennybeg.

One of the teachers abseiling at Bennybeg.

It was very sunny at the crag, which was mostly dry although there is still some seepage on a few of the routes.