Climbs 52
Rocktype Mica schist
Altitude 120m a.s.l
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Studing at the Art School © Andy Broadway

Crag features

Situated above the southeast basin of Loch Katrine on the path to the Bealach nam Bo, these boulders have some of the best mica schist in the Southern Highlands, granitic and rough in texture, with good landings and a fine outlook.

Well featured in Stone Country as well as the SMC Lowland Outcrops Guide

Approach notes

Park in the carpark behind the Loch Achray Hotel and follow the Bealach nan Bo path alongside the southern bank of Achray Water to the Loch Katine dam. Continue on the path for a few hundred meters and you soon come to the Fight Club Boulder.


Parking: 56.229888, -4.420364

Fight Club Boulder: 56.230685, -4.443841

Jawa Boulder: 56.232074,-4.447641

Tourist Boulder: 56.232130,-4.447507

Sebastapol Boulder: 56.233640,-4.447261


Went here in June 2021, boulders were looking really nice but some had soaking wet landings, a tarp wouldn't be bad to have. I have made a video showcasing the area if you want to see more about it:
Binbagbadgers - 05/Jul/21
Any 1 know of any half decent topos on the area... i am living in aberfoyle so any from this area would be a great help. Thanks
phil_freeman - 21/Apr/10
Excellent bouldering here, with some excellent problems. Bit of a walk to get to the boulders, however the reward is fantastic friction in a solitary position with great views.
gambit247 - 25/May/07
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