Beinn Tarsuinn crag

Climbs 20 – Rocktype Granite – Altitude 570m a.s.l – Faces SE

Crag features
Climbing is available on two mountain tops.

Meed Tower is a fine tower-like buttress of good rock.

Meadow Face is a massive crag 250m high made up of a fan of overlapping slabs.

Access notes
About 2 hours from the Glen Rosa road head.

Inner Hebrides and Arran (2014), Scottish Rock - South (2008), Arran, Arrochar and the Southern Highlands (1997)

Climbs at this crag

Sort climbs
 Climb nameGrade
2The BlinderE1 5b **2
3BrobdingnagE2 5b **3
4BlundecralE3 5c **3
5Blundecral True FinishE5 6a ** 
6Bundecral Blunderbuss FinishHVS 5a ** 
7BrachistochroneE1 5b **2
8BogleE2 5c * 
9The Rake DirectE2 5c * 
10Gulliver's TravelsE2 5c ** 
11The CurverE1 5b ** 
12Snakes & LaddersE2 5b *** 
13Meadow SlabsD *1
15Full Meed ChimneyS *1
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Blundecral is excellent and well worth the walk. Brobdingnag has much vegetation and loose rock but is most entertaining!
Dave Kerr - 16/May/05