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Name:Sron An Isean
Hill number:253
Height:966.6m / 3171ft
Parent (Ma):232  Ben Cruachan
Parent (SMC):244  Stob Daimh [Stob Diamh]
RHB Section:03C: Glen Etive to Glen Lochy
County/UA:Argyll and Bute (UA)
Catchment:Awe, Catchment Boundaries, Etive
Class:Simm, Munro Top, Murdo
(Tu,Sim,MT,Mur)
Grid ref:NN 09930 31137
Summit feature:rock by small cairn
Drop:55m
Col:911.6m  NN 0972 3099  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 50
(1:25k) 377W
Survey:obvious summit/Leica RX1250
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 259 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
On Cruachan horseshoe. With Mark, Hannah and Housechild.Grinner15/09/2019
Roadside parking NN 0809 2669. Fourth of 12 hills to complete the Ben Cruachan massif - 22.6km / 11hrs. Finished the walk at NN 0280 3198 where I'd left my bike earlier in the day. Nipped across and back from Stob Diamh without my bag.jonglew25/08/2019
Lochawe station - road to Cruachan Reservoir - Meall Cuanail - Stob Dearg - Ben Cruachan - Drochaid Ghlas - Stob Daimh - Sron an Isean - Stob Daimh - Stob Garbh - Beinn a Bhuiridh - Cruachan Reservoir - Falls of Cruachan station.Mark Jackson20/08/2019
With Iain McSkiming & Connor LindsayHighland Days20/01/2019
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 tracks. With JAS.kdbennett05/05/2018
Dalmally Horseshoe - Stob Garbh, Stob Daimh and this one before descending the SE ridge.NormanW09/10/2017
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
The Dalmally horseshoe, starting with a partly unmapped landrover track beside Allt Coire Chreachainn, to about NN110302.Pete R17/09/2016
Weather fair.MountainMac16/10/2015
Cruachan Horseshoe with sidebars.justin99913/08/2015
With Stob Daimhmunromurph20/04/2015
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. Short, steep downclimb to get onto ridge from Stob Diamh.alexmaclennan16/02/2014
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
See Ben Cruachandickscroop27/03/2012
alone SheilaS27/08/2010
self (Stob Diamh)davidsbatty15/06/2010
On my own, out and back to Stob Diamh. Clear, Some snow on ground.alwaysinshorts11/04/2009
Cruachan Horseshoe completed with John, Iain & Dave M in fine, dry conditionsbarnz4824/05/2008
5 of 7: From Stob Diamh.ChrisR26/09/2006
With Ashley completing Ben Cruachan, Sob Diamh, Beinn a'Chocuill, Beinn Eunaich, + 5 Tops, 27.8km, 2725m, in 9.5hrJamesSDonald23/06/2006
With Ian Soulsby.Dangerous Dave30/04/2006
See Stob Diamh dbb15/10/2005
t45redcon01/08/2005
Cycled up from St Conans kirk to dam. Up Stob Diamh, and Eastern tops. Bagged Beinn a'Bhuiridh on way outnordicstar03/02/2005
Out and back trip from Stob Diamh to the west. yorkie30/10/2003
Solo walk. Fourth of six peaks. Some snow on the tops.mikejacobs02/05/1999
With: solo; Started from Power Station carpark where I left the family. Climbed quickly to dam them up to Meall Cuanail on to Ben Cruachan. I went out & back to Taynuilt peak then Drochaid Ghlas & Stob Daimh to Sron an Isean. Back over Stob Garbh & down.Ian Baines22/05/1998
From Lochawe, up road to dam, then Ben Cruachan and Stob Diamh and subsidiary tops, and over Beinn a' BhuiridhGallovidian24/05/1997
From head of Loch Awe past old lead mine. Had missed this Top on previous rounds of Ben Cruachan - Stob Diamh. Also did Corbett to the South.Aye Jimmy19/05/1996
KT Uisdean2503/03/1996
Galltywenallt22/10/1994
Warm, good views.iangalbraith07/08/1994
with CB Stob Diamh, via Stob Garbh (pt.980) and exit via Sron an Isean (pt. 964)niallp10/10/1993
With two friends. We left the main road at NN035295 and headed uphill to the right of Allt Cruiniche, then going roughly eastwards to meet the SW ridge of Stob Dearg. Ascended the ridge to reach the summit of Stob Dearg. Followed the main ridge to Ben Cruachan, Drochaid Ghlas, Stob Diamh, continuing to Sron an Isean. We thought of descending the easterly ridge from here, but instead continued to Beinn a Chochuill and Beinn Eunaich, taking the opportunity to add scrambling bits. Descended via the south ridge to Castles Farm. The day was very misty initially, but clear conditions on the somewhat lower summits at the end of the day. A little rain and very windy at times.pwbellarby18/09/1993
With Gill, Stephen and Gwen from the east as a horseshoe in winter conditions. SS26/01/1992
1992 - with MarionOik04/01/1992
Evening round of Stob Diamh and Ben Cruachan.Eddie27/08/1991
sclater05/05/1990
With dad and Suziebdougherty01/04/1990
On round of Cruachan HorseshoePeterD07/06/1989
KeithByTheC31/07/1988
Last summit on Drishaig- Monadh Driseig- Beinn a'Bhuiridh- Stob Diamh- Sron an Isean- Drishaig round. See Stob Diamh for eulogy on these 3 Munro Tops. Easy descent of ESE ridge, fine at top, steep and broad lower down. It was starting to cloud over more at the end of this walk, these mountains were just the right height for today's weather. Some very obtrusive hydroboard engineering high in Coire Chreachainn.pwheeler03/05/1988
Solo. Taynuilt Peak, Ben Cruachan, Stob Diamh & Beinn a'Chochuill & Glen Noe from Inverawe.Vin28/05/1986
Last of the Cruachan tops then dropped down N to add two Munros to N to outing, starting with a steep pull up Beinn a'ChochuillChris Pearson21/05/1986
See Stob Diamhgerrybowes08/02/1986
An outlier on the Cruachan ridge.bolton08/02/1986
With TimRobF23/04/1985
from S Diamh. Less than 800 yards to this third top. 15.30. To Chochuill.arranc30/05/1983