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Beinn a Bheithir

Argyll and Bute, SCOTLAND

Climbs 3 – Rocktype UNKNOWN – Altitude ? – Faces ?

Access notes
Landranger 41,Fort william & glencoe, Park at GR 048588 car park, walk up track to 038568,leave track up through woods to 031561, From here follow stream running South East up to Sgorr Dhonuill 1001 mtrs. This is climbed with a rock face upto 3/4 of route on the left hand side. There are 12 pitches the rock wall providing 8 0f them. These are sparecly protected. In these the piches are of mixed ice and snow at 45-70 degree angle. There is a ice face at 1/3 height on the route which is 8 metres in height and is at grade 4 this can be bypassed by travessing right for around 10mtrs then back left same again. The top section is the steepest and the run out (last 4 pitches you still need to be roped up) From start to finish 5 hours(of climb). talking to locals it is very rare this corrie gets frozen water ice so who knows when it will be in this kind of nick again.

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1The Dragons Tooth *II **7
2Hidden Streak *IV 4 * 
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3Left Buttress *III 1
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