Beinn Tarsuinn

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Beinn Tarsuinn is one of the four dramatic Corbetts on the Isle of Arran. Its most celebrated feature is the A Chir ridge, a challenge for very experienced scramblers.

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Region: Isle of Arran

Altitude: 826 metres

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Detailed route description and map

Beinn Tarsuinn via the Three Beinns circuit

Beinn Tarsuinn and Cir Mhor

Other routes and challenges

As well as the two routes above, Beinn Tarsuinn could be the final peak in a traverse of the ridge from Caisteal Abhail, or the finale to a very challenging Glen Rosa horseshoe, starting with Goatfell.

Walker-friendly accommodation in the area

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Panoramic summit view (click to open)

Users' walk reports for Beinn Tarsuinn

There are 602 Walkhighlanders who have climbed Beinn Tarsuinn. They have contributed 28 public walk reports including this summit. These are ordered below with the most popular ones first. The rightmost column shows how many summits were included in their report, which may help you to find the most relevant reports.

Title AuthorDate walked LikesHills
  15/10/2012  23 C3
  08/06/2015  13 C4
  19/09/2016  9 C3
  25/07/2015  8 C4
  15/10/2012  8 C3
  04/04/2015  5 C4
  15/07/2014  5 C4
  09/08/2010  5 C3
  05/06/2012  4 C1
  21/07/2011  4 C3
  03/10/2015  3 C4
  30/08/2014  3 C4
  22/05/2012  3 C2
  16/08/2015  2 C4
  03/06/2015  2 C4
  10/04/2015  2 C3
  18/04/2014  2 C1
  12/10/2013  2 C3
  18/07/2013  2 C3
  18/08/2007  2 C3
  18/06/2014  1 C1
  11/11/2013  1 C3
  01/03/2011  1 C2
  15/04/2017  0 C1
  27/09/2015  0 C1
  02/06/2012  0 C1
  22/08/2011  0 C4
  20/10/2008  0 C1

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