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Beinn Narnain

Argyll and Bute, SCOTLAND

Climbs 16 – Rocktype Mica schist – Altitude 850m a.s.l – Faces E

Crag features
A number of small crags scattered around the flanks of the Munro peak offer interesting if not great climbing on mainly short routes. Spearhead Ridge offers the best climbing with variations possible on fissured rock. Spearhead Arete(D) is a classic arete on good rock in a fine situation.

Access notes
From the Loch Long head car-park take the Cobbler path past Succoth until it meets the horizontal path and then turn right. Go past a dam and up into the corrie in about 1 1/2 hours.

Alternatively, & more interesting, ascend to the col between The Cobbler & Beinn Narnain then head up & over the top of Beinn Narnain, giving you a good view of Spearhead Ridge just after the summit. Descend a loose gully just beyond the ridge & bear right for the crag.

Weather forecast

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0.3mm rain
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15 °C
9 kph

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10 °C
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11 °C
5 kph

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Mainly cloudy
13 °C
16 kph

4.7mm rain
Mainly cloudy
10 °C
18 kph
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Climbs at this crag

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 Climb nameGradex
1Restricted CrackM 4
2Beinn Narnain summitsummit 211
3Engine Room CrackD *3
4Jamblock ChimneyVD *5
5No HighwayS  
6Southern ComfortS  
7Spearhead ChimneyD 3
8Spearhead AreteD **7
 Climb nameGradex
9North-East CornerD  
10South-East CornerS  
11The Twilight ZoneIII 1
12Muckle Mou'VD  
13Lip RouteVD  
15Philosopher's GullyII 3
16Hume's ButtressIII 4 1
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