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Name:Buachaille Etive Beag - Stob Dubh
Hill number:202
Height:958m / 3143ft
RHB Section:03B: Loch Linnhe to Loch Etive
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Catchment:Etive, Catchment Boundaries, Leven (Loch)
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Munro, Murdo,
Yeaman
(Ma,Hu,Tu,Sim,M,Mur,Y)
Grid ref:NN 17913 53532
Summit feature:cairn
Drop:469m
Col:489m  NN169533  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 41
(1:25k) 384
Survey:obvious summit
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 714 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
From bealachDanmawr21/07/2019
From the Lairig Eilde path, via (newish) pitched and geo-textiled path up the Mam BuidheIsbjorn 3rd Round17/05/2019
Started from the layby on the A82. Stob Bubh first and then Stob Coire Raineach. Cloudy on top and a little windy in places.tsharp08/05/2019
Stob Dubh (958m) and Stob Coire Raineach (925m) on the Buachaille Etive Beag ridge. I was lucky to catch some good views on each summit as I battered by a flurry of snow between them, 4:30hrs all in.chillyman805/05/2019
Headed over from Stob Coire Raineach and followed the ridge path too the summit. easy rocky path to follow. with RichieZoe Little02/05/2019
Route: Waterfall carpark on A82 near Glencoe - ‘Buachaille Etive Beag - Stob Coire Raineach’ - Stob Dubh North Top - ‘Buachaille Etive Beag - Stob Dubh’ - Waterfall carpark on A82 near Glencoe. Stats: 4hrs21, 8.43km, 1,009m ascent. Weather: warm & clear, although cool at summits. Notes: got bee stuck down back of rucksack.millionmts11/08/2018
With Keith, Roj, Lolz and Siwa on way to Roy Bridge.Rodge20/07/2018
Standard route up Stob Coire Raineach, Stob Dubh North Top and Stob Dubh, a great wee ridge with quality views from both summits.Chris Mac16/07/2018
A slog up to the bealach on a scorcher of a day and the usual traverse of the ridge. Superb views but could have done with a parasol today.milimana27/06/2018
Sunny blue skies, glorious weather, great views all day. Climbed with Stob Coire.anderson2416/05/2018
Self on xmass club weekend, not too good weatherJamesSDonald01/12/2017
See entry for Hill 209PeakyPete17/09/2017
Craig Brackenridge, Paul Chapman, Alec Hernandez, Ray Brown, Barry McGarahan.ian-e20/05/2017
Both Munros on Buachaille Etive Beag from the Allt Lairig Eilde car park on the A82. Good walking conditions with wispy cloud and a bit cold on Stob Dubh.knarf23/04/2017
With Lynn, Peter, Gemmanix_snilloc04/04/2017
Mountain skills weekend with Michael and Timlauraann02/03/2017
NEED TO CHECK DATE. Done with Geoff and Neil. Long weekend September. Heavy rain. jps66610/02/2017
Winter skills course Day 4 With DLJ Chris H lan Thomas plus guide and one other none GMC jps66609/02/2017
With Dianne Scorgie & Kasi. Great views passing low cloud that kept neighbouring Bidean nan Bian in hiding all day. No SnowLizzieG23/10/2016
LionelChris Blake19/10/2016
From Dalness in Glen Etive, up to Stob Dubh, along to Stob Coire Raineach, down to Lairig Gartain and return to Dalnesskdbennett17/09/2016
Weather fair.MountainMac23/05/2016
Hard long day out, walk up from A82 at Glencoe.GaryG15/02/2016
From glencoe valley, lots of wind slabemily14/02/2016
with SUMC with an MIC (Nick) - winter skillsAlistairCarson30/01/2016
The path to the col between the 2 Munros on Bu Etive Beag was so good that a Dutch couple armed with a handout from the tourist office finished up here instead of the Lairig Elide. We advised them to change their day go up this mountain. After visiting Stob Coire Raineach, we went over Stob Dubh, down SSW to about 250m, then back via Lairig Elide. Clouding over all day but tops clear. With Pete. Also solo from Dalness via Lairig Gartain in 1995.pwheeler23/05/2015
Buachaille Etive Beag in snow and cloud - warm up for Aonach Eagach Ridge the following day.Jim Cooper13/02/2015
Solo to the summit, left Frank at the Col. Met Frank on 2nd summitTopsaswell11/09/2014
On Own - Buachaille Etive Beag ridge. In the clag - as for the other Buachaille two years agoCrib Goch20/07/2014
GLENCOE WEEKEVERTON06/05/2014
A nice half-day walk from the car park in Glen Coe. We went up Lairig Eilde and then onto Etive Beag. We sent first for Stob Dubh and then back across to Stob Coire Raineach.Ginger Dave19/04/2014
Path from Lairig Eilde to Stob Coire Raineach and on to Stob DubhGallovidian24/11/2013
solo with Stob Coire Raineachpigerg05/07/2013
MK Uisdean2517/03/2013
In winter conditions with OS from WBMCWendynicholls19/01/2013
http://www.walkhighlands.co.uk/Forum/viewtopic.php?f=9&t=27178basscadet24/11/2012
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
A nice climb up from Glencoe. Weather cloudy but dry. Chatted to a chap I had seen a couple of days earlier on the Eastern Mamores.darradog21/08/2012
petey07/06/2012
A great way to spend the Jubilee extra public holiday! Good weather and great views. Did Stob Coire Raineach first.milngavie_kenny04/06/2012
second ascent, 3 in party, very windy on the tops, with snow and spindrift. climbed the first munro quickly from the car park on the new path to the col. returned to the col and continued out over a minor top before reaching the second munro, clear views but gust were strong enough to knock you over return same way, taking a more direct descent from the minor top.rum doodle 24/02/2012
Second Munro with Danny Crump, Sarah, Rafal, Richard. Lunch on the top and then easy off via path on west.mfel5730/12/2011
sololittle al07/11/2011
pretty short walk good views from the topjennygraham09/10/2011
MQ/DA/RA/JA/CM/SCquartley03/09/2011
With family. Up to col and then out and back to each of the two summits to begin our trip to near Fort William. Weather good, with views from both summits.AGWilliamson08/08/2011
North - South traverse of the ridge from Glen Coe to Glen Etive. Accompanied by Iain Page and Sarah Chalmers. Lovely sunny day with hazy views north to Ben Nevis.andy22/04/2011
2nd of the day with Jim, off Raineach and then easy enough down and up onto easy ridge. Mist rolled in obscuring views but a great day. 1hr45 from 1st hill inclunding a lengthy lunch. Back at car in 5hr20, 9.2km, 1000m ascent.bowzi17/04/2011
round of 4 buachaille etive mor 2 in the morning and buachaille etive beag 2 in the afternoon.robertphillips17/04/2011
An easy ascent with EJS via the new path. Tops clear - went to Coire Raineach.Roblex10/10/2010