Beinn an Lochain

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

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

Approach 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.

Arran, Arrochar and the Southern Highlands (1997)

Climbs at this crag

Sort climbs
 Climb nameGrade
1Beinn an Lochain summitsummit 45
4ToadIII 1
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 ** 
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 ***41
26Pious EjaculationE4 6a,4c ** 
27MegalithIV 4 * 
30EdgeVS 4c  
32Point Counter PointHVS 5b  
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This section needs a topo, I'm climbing there tomorrow so will try to get a photo topo. There are a lot of routes in the SMC new routes that need added.
Scott_vzr - 12/Dec/14
The Description says Glen Coe when it should read a Glen Croe.
Scott_vzr - 08/Dec/14