The Gorbals Level offers some good more extreme grade climbing. Whilst the Men at Work slab is cleaner rock, it is the Gorbals Slab that dominates. With See Yer Bruce and The Gorbals being the best routes here. The sports routes surround them are often disappointing, with desperate cruxes not in keeping with the rest of the route.
Slab Rog F6b+ * 17m New Route. Climbs the slab to the left of ‘The Shinning’ some thin stereotypical slate moves passing 5 resin bolts will hopefully lead to the lower off. FA Ian Lloyd-Jones (Solo) 4/12/09
As yet unnamed?E36a Start between sprint finish and NW face of the aga, climb up to a bolt before moving up and right to clip the first bolt on NW Face, then head up and right to clip the top bolt on sprint finish before making headway slightly left to a final bolt passing this and reaching the top is the crux.
Gorbals E4. New bolts the first bolt was lowered and the RURP replaced with a higher bolt, another bolt was added below as the rock is friable, and although there is gear it is all behind loose flakes, another bolt may well be added to the start because the gear was poorer than initialy thought when it was re-equipped and Lower off. 10/06
Slabaholics AnonymousF7a+** 27m New Route. The central line on the Gorbals Slab. A good slab climb with a thin, (think finger nails) crux at the top. 8 bolts protect to a lower off. FA Ian Lloyd-Jones 6/6/11
Slabology F6c 25m New Route. Climbs the line of 7 bolts (to a lower off) to the right of ‘Black Daisies for the Bride’ on the right handside of the Gorbals slab. A route for the slabaholics who enjoy the art of rockovers! FA Ian Lloyd-Jones and Sam Beesley 11/3/10