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Sugach Buttress, Creag Tharsuinn

Argyll and Bute, SCOTLAND

Climbs 33 – Rocktype Mica schist – Altitude 770m a.s.l – Faces S

Crag features
On the north east ridge of Beinn Narnain this crag has a considerable amount of steep rock with high grade rock routes and good winter gullies. The buttress is split into 3 sections by Maclays Gully and by a grassy ramp The Rake from Upper Buttress. Winter climbing needs a deep freeze and overcast skys.

Weather forecast

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7 °C
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8 °C
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10 °C
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0.2mm rain
Sunny periods
12 °C
30 kph

3.2mm rain
Mainly cloudy
10 °C
23 kph
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Guidebooks
Scottish Rock - South (2008), Arran, Arrochar and the Southern Highlands (1997)

Climbs at this crag

Sort climbs
 Climb nameGradex
 SUGACH BUTTRESS  
2Anonymous GullyIV 6 * 
3Route SinisterIV 4 *1
4MetatarsalIV 5 * 
5Garrick's RouteVD 1
6Garrick's RouteIII 4  
7Pulpit GroovesVS 4c  
8Pulpit GroovesV 7 ** 
9Original Buttress RouteD  
10Original Buttress RouteIII *1
11Slab and GrooveVD  
12Slab and GrooveIII  
13The TinglerVS 4c **2
14Maclay's GullyIII *1
15Terminal WallVS 4c **1
16TerminatorVI 6 *** 
17TrilogyHVS 5a ** 
18McLaren's ChimneyIV 5  
 Climb nameGradex
19Central ButtressIV  
 UPPER BUTTRESS  
21Curving GullyII  
22Arch ChimneyVD  
23Rake GullyIII ** 
24AlfrescoS  
25Solo ButtressVD  
26Solo ButtressIII  
27HangoverS  
28V-GrooveVD  
29V-GrooveIV  
30V-Groove DirectIV 5  
31DeceptionS  
32DeceptionIII  
33Face RouteVD * 
34Eighty Foot GullyIII  
35TremoloE1 5b *2
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Access notes
From the Loch Long head car-park take the Cobbler path until you reach the horizontal path and turn right, following the path until a small damm is reached. From there, strike directly into the corrie, keeping to the east of the stream. Alternativly, and more directly, park in Succoth and follow a good path by the stream which is next to the obvious bend in the Succoth road to reach the corrie.

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