Climbs 30
Rocktype Granite
Altitude 40m a.s.l
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Bouldering in Glen Tarbert. © Alex the Alex

Crag features

Two areas really. The eastern Split Bloc - a large gneiss block on the south of the road near the Garbh Bheinn parking. And the Strontian Bouders west of the watershed - a number of large granit erratics with the majority of the problems. The glen is deep and east/west facing so gets very little light or heat in the winter. Best in spring after dry spells. Loads of boulders still to climb and one of the best looking hard projects in the uk. 

Approach notes

10min approach to the Strontian blocs. Park carefully in one of the laybys. The boulders are visible down by the river. The river is generally crossable with wellies but take care if in spate. 

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Climbs at this crag

Climb name Grade
  Split Bloc
2 Them Groans f7B+ *** 1
3 The Crack f5+  
4 West Roof Slab f4  
5 West Roof Slab sit f6B  
6 South Roof f6B  
7 The Groove f4  
8 The Groove (sit) f6C  
9 South East Arete f6B  
10 East Wall
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f3  
Climb name Grade
  Perfect Boulder
12 The Perfect Catch f7C+ ***  
  Bones Boulder
14 Them Bones f7B+ ***  
15 Pictnocline f6B *** 1
16 Pictnocline (sit) f6C+ ** 1
17 Dan V's Arete f6A ***  
18 Slab Right f6A *** 1
19 The Slab f6B ***  
Climb name Grade
  Flying Boulder
21 The Jam Crack f6C  
22 Flying Groove f4+  
  Pink Slab Boulder
24 The Lip f7A  
25 The Lip RH f6C+  
26 The Layback f6A 1
27 The Arete f5 **  
  Watcher Boulder

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