For starters, it's not a pinnacle, which you can see from the photo's. Slightly perplexed by the route description, we just set off by the easiest way. There was the odd point that things seemed to bear some resemblance to the route description, but it wasn't much of an issue. It was chilly in the wind, but belays were taken in sunny sheltered spots on the east side of the ridge. This tactic probably accounted for the large number of short pitches, as any decent sheltered spot was used! The route was OK, with some good short sections of climbing, and a couple of awkward bits, but it fitted the day perfectly.
We gambled on Monday staying fine in the west, and it did, so we had an enjoyable day on some low grade, but steep routes at the "Sea Cliff" area of Reiff. Facing south, it was well sheltered from the cold northerly wind. In the end, we did alright, as it was peeing down before we even got to the Stac Pollaidh car park!