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Name:Stob na Doire
Hill number:197
Height:1010.4m / 3315ft
Parent (Ma):196  Buachaille Etive Mor - Stob Dearg
Parent (SMC):196  Buachaille Etive Mor - Stob Dearg
RHB Section:03B: Loch Linnhe to Loch Etive
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Class:Hump, Simm, Munro Top, Submarilyn, Murdo,
Grid ref:NN 20759 53262
Summit feature:ground c 5m E of cairn
Col:866.5m  NN 2104 5392  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 41
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Survey:Abney level/Leica RX1250
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 538 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Both Buachailles in a single day: Altnafeadh - BEB car park - Stob Coire Raineach - Stob Dubh N Top - Stob Dubh - back to bealach - Lairig Gartain - Stob Coire Altruim - Stob na Broige - Stob na Doire - Stob Coire na Tulaich - Stob Dearg - Altnafeadh - bus stop at ski centre road end.Mark Jackson29/07/2020
Stob na Doire, Stob Coire altruim, Stob na Broige up and down a very icy Coire AltruimGeoff Briggs19/11/2019
Via curved ridgeGraham22b21/10/2019
Cracking route with Brian SmithKevthecat18/10/2019
From main bealachDanmawr20/07/2019
Ascent of Buachaille Etive Mor via Curved Ridge from Altnafeadh. Walked the ridge to Stob na Broige, then retraced our steps to descend to the Lairig Gartain between Stob Coire Altruim and Stob na Doire.welshyboyo07/06/2019
From Stob DeargIsbjorn 3rd Round15/05/2019
From Altnafeadh, Stob Dearg & Stob Dearg Clear skiesHuwel02/05/2019
From Altnafeada and via Coire na Tulaich to Stob Dearg. Climbed Stob na Broige via the Munro Tops of Stob na Doire and Stob Coire Altruim.knarf07/09/2018
Wow... Stob Dearg and Stob na Broige via curved ridge. Airy scrambling and breathtaking exposure on the ascent then an enjoyable ridge walk before returning down Lairig Gartain. Outstanding!Chris Mac30/06/2018
With Andrew Dyson & Paul Winterbottom neil hutton18/05/2018
From Altnafeadh via Coire na Tulaich path to Stob Dearg, then along ridge SW over all summits to Stob na Broige, then returning and descending Coire Altruim path to Lairig Gartain, and back to Altnafeadh. With SD.kdbennett12/11/2017
Solo with Skye doglauraann03/09/2017
As for Stob Deargisabelle29/05/2017
From Glen Etive. Traversed base of Buachaille Etive Mor; ascended via Coire na Tullaich; visited Stob Dearg; traversed to Stob na Broige; retraced steps to low point in ridge at NN192527 and descended SE to road being careful not to get trapped between gullies formed by burns. Ascended Beinn Mhic Chasgaig (Marilyn 1100!) from Allt Coire Ghiubhasan gaining west ridge. Descended back to Glen Etive via NE ridge. Fantastic temperature inversion all day - very luckyraffemeister20/01/2017
Glencoe SkyraceLittledave18/09/2016
En-route to Stob na Broige from Stob Dearg. Low Cloud still lingering on the mountain.Windy Corner17/09/2016
SelfHighland Days25/05/2016
Weather fair.MountainMac23/05/2016
With HF GroupJohnIvor02/10/2015
Along the ridge to the second Munro of the day. This is a great looking hill.Play2End18/08/2015
(Walkers with) Torun Mcmoran & Gary Dean (Parking/Start point) A82 Altnafeadh - Coire na Tulaich - Stob Dearg - Stob Coire na Tulaich - Stob na Doire - Stob Coire Altruim - Stob na Broige - Stob Coire Altruim - Lairig Gartain - A82 Altnafeadh.redbob14/08/2015
All the Bu Etive Mor tops with my brother, from Alltnafeadh, via Curved Ridge. I was surprised this was a SMa but not the 2nd Munro, even though I'd been on it before- 1981, must have been the advantages of youth back then.pwheeler24/05/2015
with rest of The Buchaillemunromurph20/04/2015
whole ridge on own 6 hours 19kDunlawyering13/10/2014
Completed when doing Buachaille Etive Mor ridge. Good views along ridge in both directions.quadbarrel31/05/2014
Ascended with Andrew Whitaker, Julian Brooksbank, Pete Spink and Darren Royale as part of Water Aid 200 Challenge along Buachaille Etive Mor (Stob Dearg).pwhitaker_196608/06/2013
With Dad, DW & SL. Ascent via Curved Ridge, and then along to the far Munro, with all tops en route bagged. An epic day with awesome (and, for once, hot) weather. Classic mountain.AGWilliamson08/06/2013
On own. With rest of BEM ridgeCrib Goch23/10/2012
Buachaille Etive Mor & Buachaille Etive Beag. Good walk and very good weather. No real tricky bits but cracking views. Found an obvious grassy ascent to link in the Etive Beag range. To top the day a couple of RAF Hawks flew very low through the valley as I was descending - pretty much at eye level - awesome!scholesy05/10/2012
with JamieJamesSDonald01/12/2011
Traverse of BEM ridge with A,C & othersPeterD27/08/2011
Max, Angus and dogsalexmaclennan21/08/2011
Avoided royal wedding by doing a traverse of B-E-M from north to south with Iain Page. This really ought to be listed as a full mountain. Has a very distinctive character.andy29/04/2011
3 of 10: From Stob Coire na Tulaich.ChrisR17/09/2010
climbed from the tourist route through Coire na Tulaich , did Stob Dearg first to marvel at the views over Rannoch Moor then onto the 902 spot height before the climb onto Stob na Doire for fantastic views onto BE beag and the Bidean.It was then an easy stroll over to bag Stob Coire altruim and the final top of Stob na Broige which had a tremendous view down Glen Etivetorkm26/06/2010
Winter mountaineering climb of Coire na Tulaich and then across to Stob Dearg. We carried onto Stob na Doire and then descended Coire Altruim.Ginger Dave02/04/2010
Estimated date. Whole ridge done soloAimless Rambler30/07/2009
From Altnafeadh via Coire na Tulaich to Stob Dearg then along the ridge to Stob na Broige and returning along the valley river. Saw Ptamagan with young on the ridge.rhalstead13/06/2008
Updating from way back!Simon Winton25/09/2007
rantom smith14/08/2007
On attempt of all Munros and tops in 2007ancient brit04/05/2007
Completed Stob Dearg, Stob na Broige + 2 tops, 13.4km, 1615m, in 6hrJamesSDonald06/04/2007
Via Coire na Tulaich with Neil.Wheelsy25/07/2006
With Steve D and Danny Boy from Jolly boys after climbing Curved Ridge.alwaysinshorts13/05/2006
Training WARC 06SRF01/04/2006
Polly, Steve S and SaffyMountain Goat27/08/2005