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Name:Stob Daimh [Stob Diamh]
Hill number:244
Height:999.2m / 3278ft
Parent (Ma):232  Ben Cruachan
RHB Section:03C: Glen Etive to Glen Lochy
County/UA:Argyll and Bute (UA)
Catchment:Awe, Etive
Class:Hump, Simm, Munro, Murdo
Grid ref:NN 09486 30850
Summit feature:rock 6m NE of large cairn
Col:864.7m  NN 0894 3071  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 50
(1:25k) 377W
Observations:cairn is over 1m high and may hide higher rock
Survey:Abney level/Leica RX1250
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 542 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Ben Cruachan and Stob Daimh circuit Did not see a thing. Windy/rain/low cloudHuwel11/10/2018
From Drishaig, following tracks to footbridge over Allt Coire Chreachainn, then up ridge, along to Sron na Isean, Stob Daimh, Stob Garbh descending to bridge over Allt Coire Ghlais and return along trackskdbennett05/03/2018
Another ascent via Stob Garbh with the Drovers Tryst Walking Festival.NormanW09/10/2017
From Ben Cruachan via Drochaid Ghlas. Perfect weather conditions.Windy Corner07/05/2017
Revisit for the munro tops, C/W round of meall cuanail, stob dearg, ben cruachan, drochaid ghlas, stob daimh, sron an isean, stob garbh.robertphillips29/04/2017
part of clockwise Cruachan loopjmmc27/06/2016
Weather fair.MountainMac16/10/2015
7th Munrolojzi86062113/09/2015
Cruachan horseshoe with sidebars.justin99913/08/2015
Hill 3 of 3 in early spring sunamelialloyd15/03/2015
From rail station, a round of Ben Cruachan, Drochaid Ghlas, Stob Diamh, Sron An Isean and Stob Garbh.rhalstead10/09/2014
Cruachan Falls-Meall Cuanail-Ben Cruachan-Stob Dearg (Taynuilt Peak)-Ben Cruachan-Drochaid Ghlas-Stob Diamh-Sron an Isean-Stob Garbh-Beinn a' Bhùiridh-Cruachan Fallscampagvelocet10/07/2014
MMC walk around Dalmally horseshoe. Thick snow. Some wind but good viz.alexmaclennan16/02/2014
Ascended via Ben Cruachan from Falls of Cruachan station. Good views west to Ben Lui.quadbarrel24/11/2013
Anticlockwise round from Railway carpark. Beinn a' Bhuridh and Stob Damh in thin cloud and cold wind. Rest of the round included both outliers and Meall Cuanail in bright sun and light wind. 7 hours.alexmaclennan22/07/2013
Included in the Cruachan horseshoe.Roblex17/06/2013
Ben Cruachan circuit from A85Geoff Briggs30/05/2013
With Cruachanpigerg24/05/2013
Round of Beinn Eunaich, Beinn a'Chochuill, Stob Diamh, Ben Cruachan and Beinn a'Bhuridh from Castles Farm. Day 39 of 59 for all Munros. 23km, +/-2500m, 10 hours.PGCE07/05/2013
With Steve Desperate Stan24/02/2013
after ben cruachan with dave norm els almn2314/10/2012
"nd munro of day(if it still is considered a munro). Sound of rutting stags permeating the descent.dave neilson14/10/2012
See log for Cruachan - did as part of Cruachan Horse-shoe. Excellent walk.Norman Reid14/10/2012
See Ben Cruachandickscroop27/03/2012
Last hill of 2011, crazy winter conditions, awesome! With Tim, Dad, Chris, IainLoz_mck29/12/2011
Cruachan Horseshoe with Jimtcrannoch25/06/2011
Up from power station to dam, then on to Beinn a' Bhuiridh, Stob Diamh and Ben CruachanGallovidian11/06/2011
Clockwise circuit of Cruachan horseshoe in good weather with excellent views.alistairpooler04/05/2011
2nd time - with Tony, Sophie & Nic G, Andy H, Graham B, Peter & Becca H. (Andy & I via Beinn a Bhuiridh first then met others for ginger bunny biscuits on summit!)zoob21/04/2011
MK, Uisdean2505/03/2011
ben cruachan and stob diamh from A85.robertphillips27/02/2011
In pretty foul conditions; no view.signyred22/02/2011
Hard slog did this munro first on day. Company: Paul Johnsoniandesbottes16/10/2010
done dalmally horseshoe and beinn a bhuirdhbuggerlugs15/08/2010
with RRMC with Avril, Sid and Keith and Alanmunromurph05/08/2010
David OChris Blake11/05/2010
Done with Ben Cruachanakmilne20/06/2009
done with AKMilneFCMark20/06/2009
No views!Kevin2903516/05/2009
With Clare Sharp as part of Ben Cruachan horseshoe (anti clockwise). Low cloud lifting. Some snow on groundalwaysinshorts11/04/2009
With JayColinmac200501/02/2009
Cruachan Horseshoe completed with John, Iain & Dave M in fine, dry conditionsbarnz4824/05/2008
second ascent.thenomad11/02/2008
Excellent day out. Wait for the best weather before tackling this duo of Munros.Jhimmy01/10/2007
Munro 69 2007 compleationancient brit01/06/2007
Start ~ 080268, Falls of Cruachan Station. Walked under railway line and followed paths up to Cruachan Dam, keeping to the right before ascending ridge to Stob Garbh and on to Stob Diamh. With Wombourne & Ron.steve hudson29/03/2007
Solo. From Falls of Cruachan Railway Station. After ascending Stob Garbh continued to Stob Diamh. Went down to the col with Drochaid Ghlas and then steeply down to the hydro-electric track which lies above the west side of the loch. I followed the track to the dam, crossed the dam and went down the ascent route. Dry, but cold in a brisk wind. Patches of new snow on higher ground.pwbellarby25/03/2007
Climbed with DURC in Dave Mamcculloch04/02/2007