Eas a chual aluinn

Summary
An adventurous trip with a steep 3 pitch waterfall, descending the highest waterfall in the UK.
Canyon Descent:
200m
Highest Drop:
200m
Canyon Length:
280m
Minimum Ropes:
2X 60m
Flood Risk:
EXTREME
Access Type:
Public
Rock Type:
Orthogneiss
Catchment:
2.9km2

*No Water Level Indicator

*No Topo map available

Duration: in, down and out:
IN: (Unknown) DOWN: (Unknown) OUT: (unknown)
Anchors
Bolted
Notes
Difficult to access and very exposed. A bolting kit is recommended as anchors on the falls may be dangerous or completely destroyed. Water levels rise rapidly after rain although rigged TL of flow be aware as access can become difficult.
Description
Approach by Car: (Unknown) Approach by foot: (Unknown) Canyon entry: (Unknown) Canyon descent: (Unknown) Exit: (Unknown) Escapes: (Unknown) First Decent: (Unknown) 
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