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Name:Buachaille Etive Mor - Stob na Broige
Hill number:203
Height:953.4m / 3128ft
Parent (Ma):196  Buachaille Etive Mor - Stob Dearg
RHB Section:03B: Loch Linnhe to Loch Etive
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Catchment:Etive
Class:Hump, Simm, Munro, Murdo, Yeaman
(Hu,Tu,Sim,M,Mur,Y)
Grid ref:NN 19076 52559
Summit feature:rock 8m NE of large cairn
Drop:134.6m
Col:818.8m  NN 2028 5305  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 41
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Survey:Abney level/Leica RX1250
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Started at the layby on the A82 at the start of the Buachaille Evite Mor and headed for Curved Ridge. Ascended with Matt, who is working towards his MAI, using a rope and harness. My first time on a grade 3 scramble and was glad I was able to enjoy the whole experience without stressing about the climb. Easy scrambling mostly but 2 parts I was relieved I had a rope on. Amazing. Headed over Stob na Doire and Stob Coire Altruim to Stob na Broige. Descended via Coire Altrium and was a bit of a down scramble over a gill. Brillant day.Zoe Little20/07/2019
Path to bealach on NW and up from bealachDanmawr20/07/2019
From Stob Coire AltruimIsbjorn 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
Best sunny day fantastic views Ben Nevis clearLizzieG17/05/2018
Climbed with LUUHC on our last day in GlencoeJonathanConey25/02/2018
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
44th Munrolojzi86062102/09/2017
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 lucky.raffemeister20/01/2017
End of traverse of the mountain from Stob Dearg. Low cloud all the way with only brief glimpses of Glen Etive below. Awkward at times descent down path to the Lairig Gartain.Windy Corner17/09/2016
ghaley05/06/2016
Self, via Great Gully Buttress, bivvy on summitHighland Days25/05/2016
Weather fair.MountainMac23/05/2016
with s&c after curved ridge.lithosyork12/02/2016
Second of the day with Brian R. in lovely calm sunny conditions. Got sunburnt on top!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
Last of the Bu Etive Mor tops with my brother, in and out of cloud,but this summit ridge had cloud one side clear the other. Very eroded descent into Lairig Garten. Also visited in 1981.pwheeler24/05/2015
From Glen Etive 208513 via Stob Coire Altruim after an over night camp next to the river. Wasn't a Munro when I bought my book but I enjoyed the early morning views in the sunshine. Found an antler on the way down but not sure what to do with it.mindlessflogger23/05/2015
on own whole ridge 2x M and 2x MTDunlawyering13/10/2014
Last top of the day. Descended down to Glen Etive. Very steep, but on dry grass it goes, as they say, as long as you avoid the gulley.Roblex17/06/2014
Ascended via Stob Dearg from Altnafeadh. Good views down Glen Etive from summit. Descended via Lairig Gartain.quadbarrel31/05/2014
Up to ridge from Lairig Gartain to Stob Coire Altruim and Stob na Broige, then over Stob na Doire to Stob Dearg and down Coire na TulaichGallovidian23/11/2013
2nd ascent with BrianPeterb11/10/2013
hf hard walk see Stob Deargpigerg05/10/2013
second of the day with Rois, Eoin and Adam before heading to the Red Squirrel. Walking beers, bad fire lighting, clachaig and torrential rain all follow plus great fry up and ice climbing.GravelMonkey14/09/2013
Via path from Lairig Gartain, which requires scrambling in places. First new Munro for a long time, it was promoted after I completed in 1990.Topographer5722/08/2013
http://www.walkhighlands.co.uk/Forum/viewtopic.php?f=9&t=34090basscadet13/07/2013
Ascended from the Lairig Gartaingaryhoney07/07/2013
Ascended with Andrew Whitaker, Julian Brooksbank, Pete Spink and Darren Royale for Water Aid 200 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
eyenose26/05/2013
Standard route in winter conditions, but bright sun and cool weather made it glorious. Ridge was sharper then I thought and needed a bit of care. With Davis M.Jhimmy30/03/2013
On own. From Altnafeadh, walked entire ridge in cloud.Crib Goch23/10/2012
With USMC after climbing Agag's grooveLoz_mck13/10/2012
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
'Luxury' path and staircase all the way. Weather fine with midges and rangers fan on summit. Pint in Kingshouse.gercal5326/08/2012
Weather was horrible as I reached the top. Ate lunch in the shelter cairn then got off the mountain as quickly as possible (with time to get to Ft William and buy a new waterproof jacket!)darradog20/08/2012
Climbed from the south a year after 22 hour epic up curved ridge on Stob Dearg a year to the day. Weather can only be described as continuous heavy rain. Off via south west to road. Danny, Sarah, Richard, Andrew. Buachaille Etive Mor was certainly earnedmfel5731/12/2011
From Etive Mor Stob Dearg with A,C and othersPeterD27/08/2011
Max, Angus and dogsalexmaclennan21/08/2011
2nd peak with sam and davemn2328/06/2011
With Rod and Stephen to eventually finish ther new additions taking a really good path that didn't exist 27 years ago. Tooks about an hour over Naismith but long stops ans diffcult downhill terrain. SS11/06/2011
low cloud most of the day.jebus05/06/2011
Avoided royal wedding by doing a traverse of B-E-M from north to south with Iain Page.andy29/04/2011
2nd of the day with Zaz and sauntered along ridge before coming off the wrong ridge from Stob Na Doire (misty). Easy walk to peak. Had a bit of an incident on way off, slipped while kicking steps in snow-lesson learned! Great walk out in Sunshine :)bowzi23/04/2011