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Name:An Stuc
Hill number:142
Height:1117.1m / 3665ft
Parent (Ma):143  Meall Garbh
RHB Section:02B: Glen Lyon to Glen Dochart and Loch Tay
County/UA:Perth and Kinross (UA)
Catchment:Tay
Class:Hump, Simm, Munro, Murdo, Yeaman
(Hu,Tu,Sim,M,Mur,Y)
Grid ref:NN 63892 43095
Summit feature:large rock 25m SW of cairn
Drop:126m
Col:991m  NN640432  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 51
(1:25k) OL48E 378E
Observations:cairn is at NN 63877 43079
Survey:Leica RX1250
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 639 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Meall Greigh, Meall Garbh and An Stuc. Parked at The Ben Lawers Hotel (£5 unless you buy a meal). Fantastic clear views at Meall Greigh but by the time I'd got to Meall Garbh it was cloudy and drizzly. Bit of a scramble up to An Stuc. It was still wet and cloudy by the time I got to Bealach Dubh so decided not to carry on to Ben Lawers. By the time I got down to Lochan nan Cat (down a very steep path) it was all clear up the top. 8 hours in total.tsharp16/09/2019
easers13/08/2019
After much deliberation and route planning on the way down to the col from Meall Garbh we climbed up the path on OS mapping. Thankfully climbed in good conditions with dry rocks but with a heavy rucksack. However, still very steep with loose rocks and mud, not helped by recent small rockslide halfway up. Narrow ledges in places, walking poles stowed in favour of hands on rock.Canny26/07/2019
limelight98605/07/2019
NickF23/06/2019
Climbed with Dan Arnold and Robert Baldie,m left a car at Ben Lawers Hotel, started from Nature Reserve car park. Bagged Beinn Ghlas, Ben Lawers and An Stuc then returned to Hotel along the Lawers Burn. Overcast / hazy but warm all day.chillyman823/06/2019
An Stuc, Beinn Ghlas, Ben Lawers, Meall a'Choire Leith, Meall Corranaich, Meall Garbh (Ben Lawers), Meall Greigh Return Route very wetHuwel19/06/2019
Debs & Talisker. From Car Park, route as described in Pocket Mountains Southern highlands. 6hrs30. 5 Munros's and a Munros Top.Mountain Goat19/06/2019
Alan, Angela, Craig, Jane, Jeannie, RobertNHWC09/06/2019
With Lionel and Pat from Glen Lyon. Lots of soft snow.Chris Blake10/05/2019
Domino10/05/2019
1117mThe Grouse06/05/2019
fellwanderer9220/04/2019
Wind picking up, mistycjo02/03/2019
tleach1228/12/2018
weaselmaster28/10/2018
Sick Kid28/10/2018
58th Munrolojzi86062106/10/2018
Beinn Ghlas, Ben Lawers, Creag an Fhithich & An Stuc, then back over Creag an Fhithich & Ben Lawers before taking the bypass path back to the car park. Minimal views, got soaked, loved it!Chris Mac15/09/2018
Nice scramble in the middle of a slog of a dayDaveMc08/09/2018
70th birthday treat round the 3 eastern Munros.peebs05/09/2018
solitaryfellwanderer25/08/2018
Didi Gee20/08/2018
B&A. After Meall Greigh & Meall Garbh.Morning04/08/2018
See TUK log Ben Lawerscarole engel18/07/2018
Ibex01/07/2018
Round of 5 Munros in the Ben Lawers range.liljonb29/05/2018
daveyf200120/05/2018
From Lawers (Horn Carvers shop) ascended Meall Greigh in bright conditions. A little hailstone on the continuation to Meall Garbh followed by an short but interesting ascent of An Stuc via the north east face. Returned via Lochan nan Cat.knarf10/05/2018
Kendall03/05/2018
Davy (broke ribs :( )Davy28/10/2017
SteveSmith19/10/2017
With Steve Smith on a traverse of the Lawers ridge. Ben Lawers car park to Ben Lawers Hotel.jonglew19/10/2017
Ben Lawers 7 as a linear walk from Lochan na Lairige to Ben Lawers Hotel with the help of a taxi.Geoff Briggs15/09/2017
Sick Kid05/08/2017
weaselmaster05/08/2017
vgiorgio25/07/2017
On Day 7 of TGO Challenge. Also climbed previously.Phreerunner18/05/2017
DuncanH08/05/2017
3rd on Lawers ridgeRodge01/05/2017
paulpitcher01/05/2017
Hal & Rafe22/04/2017
With I.McSkimmingHighland Days20/01/2017
danielarn02/01/2017
Anti-clockwise route of 3 Munros from Lawers. On own.MorecambeMonkey20/09/2016
SMHC sunday walk with Alan & Lyndsay Munro & Emma Watson. Just over 11 miles for the circuit. The summits were mostly in cloud when we got to them but we did have views of every summit at some point during the day. Final summit of the day keeping the best to last. Nice scramble hands on stuff to the summit pleased we came up this way & not returning by the same route. Our descent was down the slope the best way possible round Lochan nan Cat, eventually pick up the access track for the hydro dam (small) Look out for the small marker cairn at the entrance to the path that will take you back to the start.LizzieG18/09/2016
hill walker11/09/2016
PoolieDave29/07/2016
Ben Lawers outingjustin99927/07/2016
Hammy05/07/2016