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Name:Stob nan Clach
Hill number:159
Height:956m / 3136ft
Parent (Ma):148  Creag Mhor
Parent (SMC):148  Creag Mhor
RHB Section:02B: Glen Lyon to Glen Dochart and Loch Tay
County/UA:Perth and Kinross (UA), Stirling (UA)
Class:Simm, Munro Top, Murdo
Grid ref:NN 38714 35175
Summit feature:cairn
Col:885m  NN384353  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 50
(1:25k) OL48W 377E 378W
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 230 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
From Kenknock for a round of Beinn Sheasgarnaich, Stob an Fhir-Bhogha, Creag Mhor and Stob nan Clach.rhalstead22/06/2019
From the CP before Kenknock, I walked up the hydro road to the top track, leaving it at the Allt Batavaim. I passed the cargs to the left, then too the first grassy gully, weaving upwards on ramps to the ridge below Sron nan Eun, which made a scenic lunch spot. On to Creag Mhor's summit, an out-and-back to the gloriously remote viewpoint of Meall Tionail above Loch Lyon, and back to the horseshoe route and Sron nan Clach, before a long walk out, descending SW, and limboing under the deer fence where it crosses the Allt Cheathaich.Nick Down106/10/2018
From Kenknock with Creag Mhor and Beinn HeasgarnichGeoff Briggs05/05/2018
From Glen Lochay. Parked E of Kenknock, cycled along upper track to Allt Bad Odhar, walked on to Allt Cheathaich, then contoured up onto the ridge between Sail Dhubh and Stob nan Clach from the SW side, over Stob nan Clach and round to Creag Mhor, descended W then descended round Creag Mhor to col below Sron Tairbh, ascended that then over and along ridge to Beinn Sheasgarnaich, descended SE down grassy slopes towards Allt Bad Odhar, cycled back to startkdbennett21/05/2017
with MartinTopsaswell08/04/2017
round of sron nan eun, creag mhor, stob nan clach, meall tionail from cp 1 km east of kenknock glen lochay biked in to batavaime on good tracks.robertphillips02/01/2017
With C Mor Bein H -much longer day than anticipated 9.30 - 20.00 with stops etc 32km logged on GPSDunlawyering20/05/2016
Good easy grassy slopes from Cam Chreagalda16/08/2015
self (Creag Mhor)davidsbatty23/01/2010
Solo walk in excellent conditionsbarnz4817/10/2009
Solo.Dangerous Dave12/06/2008
Updating from way back!Simon Winton27/02/2008
See Creag Mhor dbb23/07/2007
On attempt of all Munros and tops in 2007ancient brit12/05/2007
Completed Beinn Heasgarnich, Creag Mhor + 1 Top, 24.2km, 1470m, in 9.0hrJamesSDonald01/09/2006
alone SheilaS17/06/2006
Not easy to locate in the conditions from the main summit but a brief gap in the mist was helpful. yorkie29/05/2004
With MVW, inc Creag Mhor and top. From Glen Lochay below, nr pipeline, down S ridge and back to track / carnordicstar22/02/2004
Solo tripInvicta1404/07/2003
Final top, hot + sunny.Dugswell205/04/2003
From Kenknock Farm on way to Creag Mhor and Beinn Heasgarnich then E and down Hydro Roadcelticrambler27/05/1999
With Barbara Jones and dalmatian Dog Jasper. We Camped on the coll to the SW after Heasgarnich before climbing Creag Mhor the next day and on to the top and then to Corbett Cam Chreagvegibagger08/05/1999
Solo wintery ascent of Creag Mhor (Munro) from Kirkton having to first climb over and drop down high shoulder of Cam ChreagChris Pearson07/02/1999
Solo. Glen Lochay track from Kenknock to Batavaime by MTB then Ben Challum & Stob nan Clach & return. a fine morning trip.Vin24/05/1998
With Tim and JohnRobF26/10/1997
With Jeanettedickscroop25/07/1996
From Kenknock to head of Glen Lochay, then up Stob nan Coach, on to Creag Mhor and Beinn HeasgarnichGallovidian18/05/1996
Drove to Kenknock in Glen Lochay. Walked up valley to about 1.5km beyond Betavaime then up corrie and steep grass to this summit, a Munro Top of Creag Mhor.Aye Jimmy17/06/1995
Solo Uisdean2514/04/1995
From Creag MhorPeterD28/08/1994
with Wayne LordRockhopper31/07/1994
With Heasgarnaich, mixed weather and limited views. Sunny 2004 repeat.iangalbraith07/08/1993
From Glen LochayBLACKHILL04/04/1992
Evening run from Lochan Leargh nan Lunn over Ston nan Clach, Creag Mhor, Stob an Fhir Bhoga and Beinn Heasgarnich.Eddie16/04/1991
2 of 7: From Cam Chreag.ChrisR25/08/1990
As part of the Creag Mhor and Heasgarnich round.bolton15/04/1990
Beinn Heasgarnich, Creag Mhor and Ben Challum (plus tops) RHW16/06/1988
Kenknock at the end of the road up Glen Lochay Batavaime Stob nan Clach Reverse to Kenknock. (CB)gerrybowes15/02/1988
With D,P,S,G192116/01/1988
With: hb; Parked by last zigzag above Kenknock where track leaves & followed that to Allt Cheathaich & up to Stob nan Clach & Creag Mhor. Ridge to Stob an Fhir-Bhogha & NE to Beinn Sheasgarnaich. Descend by N top & Creag nan Bodach.Ian Baines25/05/1987
With: ib; Helen Baines25/05/1987
Alone. From the old road at NN350285. Along the track towards Auchtertyre but took track on true R bank of river (not shown on 1st series 1:50,000 map). Crossed both rivers at the junction of Allt a Chaol Ghlinne and Allt Gleann a Chlachain and ascended diagonally up the mountainside to Ben Challum S Top and the N Top. Descended NNE and crossed Allt Challum, contoured round to Allt Lairig Mhic Bhaidein. To Stob nan Clach, Creag Mhor, Stob nan Clach, Cam Chreag and Beinn Chaorach. Much rain, mist and high wind, clearing up after Cam Chreag.pwbellarby03/06/1984
Long round from Kenknock.jimbloomer01/11/1980
Not logged. Date not known.ngthack01/01/1964