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Beinn an Lochain

Argyll and Bute, SCOTLAND

Climbs 30 – Rocktype Mica schist – Altitude 901m a.s.l – Faces N

Crag features
A fine mountain in a commanding position dividing Glen Coe from Glen Kinglas. The North Face features a two-tiered steep buttress The Monolith giving a superb 3-star route including Appoggiature E6.

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8 °C
11 kph

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11 °C
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12 °C
28 kph

3.5mm rain
9 °C
18 kph

2.9mm rain
10 °C
13 kph
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Arran, Arrochar and the Southern Highlands (1997)

Climbs at this crag

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 Climb nameGradex
2Beinn an Lochain summitsummit 31
6Twin caves gullyIII 1
7Whiteout GullyII 2
9The PalantirIII  
10Galadriels MirrorIII 1
11Bakerloo LineV 6  
12AWOL in ThailandE4 5c ** 
13AWOL in Thailand direct startE6 6b * 
14Swimming with the TideE5 6a *** 
15Tonton MacoutIV 4 ** 
16AppoggiaturaE6 6b ** 
 Climb nameGradex
17BenylinIV 5 * 
19Saxifrage GullyII 6
20The Edge of DarknessIV 6 **1
21The Back AlleyIII  
22Central GullyII 3
23Promenade GullyII 1
24Purple BlazeV 6 **7
25Monolith GroovesIV 5 ***38
26Pious EjaculationE4 6a,4c ** 
27MegalithIV 4 * 
30EdgeVS 4c  
32Point Counter PointHVS 5b  
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Access notes
Park at the layby near Loch Restil, cross the burn, and head up to the ridge leading past Kinglas Crag to the North Face.

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