On the east flank of Beinn Trilleachan at the head of Glen Etive lie a unique mass of granite slabs set at about 40 degrees, which provide exciting and serious friction climbing. Most of the routes require some long run outs, a cool head and good route finding skills.
Access is gained via a very boggy path from the Glen Etive road head in about 45 minutes. Compounding the approach misery are the copious amount of ticks lying in wait for you.
Approach path is currently (summer 21) faint and hard to spot. When you walk along the road towards the fenced off old pier and then take the path round the fencing to the right, carry on a couple hundred metres. The climbers path is on the right just after you've passed some small trees and a buried plastic pipe running under the track. May be a small cairn.