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Name:Stuc a' Chroin
Hill number:18
Height:975m / 3199ft
RHB Section:01B: Strathyre to Strathallan
County/UA:Stirling (UA), Perth and Kinross (UA)
Catchment:Catchment Boundaries, Earn, Forth
Watershed:Firth of Tay, Ardlamont Point to Fife Ness, Firth of Forth
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Munro, Murdo,
Grid ref:NN 61749 17458
Summit feature:cairn on E side of summit
Col:723m  NN621183  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 57
(1:25k) OL46N OL47W 365N 368W
Observations:cairn on W side of summit at NN 61673 17437 is lower
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The path up to Ben Vorlich was quite busy but a lot less people made the journey to Stuc a' Chroin. Very windy up to Ben Vorlich but then it died off. The scramble up to Stuc a' Chroin wasn't that bad and there was only one bit that involved stretching your arm out to get a fingerhold. The scree path back down was a bit steep but fine. 6.5 hours in total.tsharp15/09/2019
Ben Vorlich and Stuc a' Chroin from Loch Earn. Great weather, great company, great walk. AJ,AW.Fred Windsor13/09/2019
A hike up Beinn Each with Iain then a walk along the ridge to Stuc a' Chroin taking in all tops and relaxing in the sun on the summit, enjoying the company of some lovely dogs and people. We then went past the prow and dropped down into Glen Ample north of Coire Chroisg over rough steep ground to the track in Glen Ample before returning to the start at Loch Lubnaig. A great walk on a lovely day, tough going in places with 1443m of ascent over 16.5km.Chris Mac07/09/2019
Second solo munro. Went 'easy' way. Absolutely fantastic weather. Very boggy on descent.Skerryvore07/09/2019
With Geraldine. Following Ben Vorlich.Chris Blake28/08/2019
Great top, fun scramble from Ben Vorlich but horrible boggy path back. Should have reascended!Fionalevey10/08/2019
With Fiona after Vorlich. Great day. Goats near toptrimarc210/08/2019
Ben Vorlich (55 min up) & Stuc a' Chroin (38 min down) run
Debs and Tali. Set off with the intent to do Beinn Each. Ended up doing Stuc a Chroin and Ben Vorlic again for Debs. And the 3 minor tops along the way.Mountain Goat12/05/2019
After re-visit to Vorlich (our wedding day hill for Tony's compleation on 28th Sept 2001). Much better condition with amazing long distance visibility.Lorna S30/03/2019
Drove up the Bracklinn Falls road at Callander and parked up at grid ref 638 100, followed the road up to Braeleny farm and then followed the farm track up to Arivurichardiah cottage.Then headed off in a NNW direction following a faint path climbing steadily to point 730, then from there it was up the shoulder to the cairn at the top. Great views from the top and returned via the same route. 5.5 hrs there and back with 16.5km travelledAnglostark07/02/2019
From Edinample, followed signposts to bypass Glenample farm then great path round south of Creagan nan Gabhar and across burn to fine NW ridge.alda28/10/2018
Ben Vorlich and Stuc a'Chroin from Loch Earn. Cloudy on top. Returned via Ben VorlichHuwel19/10/2018
50 - Climbed on the 1st day of our Honeymoon. Clag, rain and very strong gusts of wind came in about 1/3 of the way up Vorlich, and stayed there until we were well on the way home. Could barely see the scramble, so took path up gully to E. Mrs T seemed happier with that. A good day for no. 50.huwthomas16/10/2018
Route: Road near Ardvorlich House - Ben Vorlich - Stùc a’ Chroin - Creagan nan Gabhar - Ben Our - Road near Ardvorlich House. Stats: 5hrs53, 16.8km, 1,402m ascent. Weather: mostly warm and clear, although wet and claggy on final two mountains. Notes: PWE descended through valley after summiting Stùc a’ Chroin.millionmts09/08/2018
Climbed after Ben Vorlich with Daniel Arnold, 7hours all in. Very misty on top no real views.chillyman805/08/2018
Ben Vorlich and scramble up Stuc a' Chroin.liljonb31/05/2018
Great walk from Ardvorlich with Ben Vorlich tootwg2725/05/2018
Ran race in 2018 and 2017 from Strathyre, very tough race! 25kKevthecat05/04/2018
CDMC Callander meet.clashcityrocker13/01/2018
Up and down from the standard loch earn route. avoided the scramble up from the bealach due to wind, took a small path up a steep gully.samfleming620/09/2017
From Loch Lubnaig, traverse from Beinn Each to Ben Vorlichquadbarrel06/08/2017
Hard work coming up the ridge from Beinn Each!thekirkie pirate14/07/2017
Approached from the Callander side to miss out the scramble - beautiful walk inhoneydew08/05/2017
Approached from the Arivurichardich side and enjoyed a super walk along a track for a few km, then a gentle walk up the booming ridge to the summit. The SMC Munro guide book mentioned a bridge that had been swept away, making the river difficult to navigate when in spate. Two new bridges have been installed now, so the river crossing isn't an issue now.Louise07/05/2017
Ben Vorlich, Stuc a'Chroin, Creagan nan Gabhar and Ben Our from Ardvorlich. Glorious sunny dayCrib Goch07/05/2017
After vorlich nice day,Rodge17/04/2017
Walked from Ardvorlich up Ben Vorlich and Stuc a’Chroin and back with Lucy the energetic Cockerpoo.honey badger17/04/2017
M2Dave Geere05/04/2017
Reccie for Club Walkiansm11/03/2017
Recce for Club Walkiansm211/03/2017
Winter ascent with little snow and done separately from Ben V. Done from the W.Bookerdddd17/02/2017
With I.McSkimmingHighland Days08/12/2016
Ardvourlie-Ben Vorlich-Stuc a'Chroin, return to Ardvourlie via Coire Fhuadaraich and Coire Buidhekdbennett01/08/2016
From Ben Vorlich. Followed path to left and steep ascent to ridge without difficulty. Followed more distinct path back down to NW.PeterD17/07/2016
From Loch Earn. On own.MorecambeMonkey17/05/2016
Evening ascent from Ardvorlich on Loch Earn, of Ben Vorlich (985), descending to Bealch an Dubh Chroin before scramble ascent of Stuc a’ Chroin (975m). Returned to Ardvorlich without re-ascent of the first Munro. Dry, sunny evening with strong buffeting wind in exposed sections of the ridges.VirtualMountain11/05/2016
Munro number 99MoragElizabeth05/05/2016
Stuc 500 Hill race - 3:42:01AlexKin4030/04/2016
Weather fair with snow on ground.MountainMac28/02/2016
Scrambled up.frameworks12/09/2015
3rd Munrolojzi86062119/07/2015
I had already climbed Ben Vorlich from Loch Earn, and Ben Each from Loch Lubnaig. I didn't fancy wading the stream on the route from Callander so that left a fourth option, from Edinample Falls at 607199, via Glen Ample and Allt a'Choire Fhuadaraich. Straightforward ascent & return, 14.2km, 986m of ascent.TRG31818/06/2015
Completed along with Ben Vorlich. Ascent was my first (and last) bit of scramblingbigeffindavie15/06/2015
From Ardchullairie, over Beinn Each west top of Stuc a chroin and Stuc a chroin. Saw plenty of wildlife including wild goats some Ptarmigan with chicks and a few Red Deer. Weather was cool and cloudy after early rain.isabelle14/06/2015
great path from Loch earn great scramble on east faceAristotle Chip27/09/2014
With Ben Vorlich Ruth Liv HenryDunlawyering16/08/2014
From Loch Earn, followed by Ben VorlichGallovidian03/11/2013