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Name:Beinn Tarsuinn SW Top
Hill number:7000
Height:527m / 1729ft
Parent (Ma):1477  Beinn Bhreac
RHB Section:20C: Arran and Holy Island
County/UA:North Ayrshire (UA)
Island:Arran
Maritime area:Firth of Clyde to Mull of Kintyre
Class:Dodd (500-599m), Highland Five
(Tu,5,HF)
Grid ref:NR 92428 44272
Summit feature:rock
Drop:53m
Col:474m  NR929446  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 62 69
(1:25k) 361N
Observations:cairn 50m W at NR 92376 44287 is lower
Survey:Abney level
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 28 users)ByDate of Ascent
And Beinn Tarsuinn.PGCE25/05/2019
From Mullach Buidhe. Initially bouldery coming down but then fine to the north end of Loch Tanna and then straight up to the top.Alan Moore13/05/2019
5th of 7 hills today. Easy crossing from Beinn Tarsuinn on mainly grassy slopes. On to Meall Bhig.jonglew09/05/2018
Walked up Glen Catacol to Being Tarsuinn then onto Beinn Tarsuinn SW Top on a sunny but at times wintery November morning.Dugswell218/11/2017
From Beinn Tarsuinn. Lost my bet with myself as the figure I saw heading towards me turned out to be Tony S. Bagged the summit, caught up with Tony and walked with him to Gleann Easan Biorach - where he headed east to collect Torr Nead an Eoin and I headed back to the hostel.Wycombe Wanderer17/11/2017
Beinn Tarsuinn South and main top, Bheheinn Bhreac, Beinn Bhiorach, Creag na h-Iolaire, Meall Mor & Creagan nan Caorach for good measure! With Phil and Yappy dog Blue.Mountain Goat11/06/2017
ACW Route of meall nan damh, meall bhig, meall donn, beinn bhreac, beinn tarsuinn south top, beinn tarsuinn, beinn bhreac, beinn bhiorach, meall mor, creag na h lolaire from fairhaven catacol.robertphillips14/05/2016
5th hill of 7 today on a fantastic circuit from Lochranza climbing Torr Nead an Eoin, Meall Mor, Bheinn Bhiorach and from Bheinn Bhreac i headed South till reaching the footpath and used this to profile round before veering off over Southern slopes of Beinn Tarsuinn down and up onto the plateaux. All the hills i climbed the day before were majestically on view. I climbed every potential outcrop including the Cairn. A fantastic feeling of space pervades the summit area.Dazingdale11/05/2016
With the Hump and Marilynsnordicstar18/04/2016
Round of Beinn Bhreac, Beinn Tarsuinn and Meall nan Damh from Catacol.jenx18/04/2016
Solo Uisdean2516/07/2013
Worth the detour to be able to walk the length of Glen Catacol - a remarkable riverbed. Excellent parking S of roadbridge.jimbloomer21/05/2013
Catacol to Boguillie A841 passRHW15/10/2000
Paul and Terri08/07/2019
iainwalton07/07/2019
carole engel06/05/2018
Tony S17/11/2017
chalky195308/09/2016
alda22/04/2016
GaryJones01/10/2014
Gavin Theobald27/04/2014
RichardM12/06/2012
Colin Crawford08/05/2012
Martin R31/08/2009
BrianMatthews12/06/2009
benalder28401/12/2005
Minto14/07/2005
Tricky30/08/1999