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Name:Stob Coire an Lochain
Hill number:28
Height:1068m / 3504ft
Parent (Ma):27  Stob Binnein
Parent (SMC):27  Stob Binnein
RHB Section:01C: Loch Lomond to Strathyre
County/UA:Stirling (UA)
Catchment:Forth, Catchment Boundaries, Tay
Watershed:Ardlamont Point to Fife Ness, Firth of Tay, Firth of Forth
Class:Munro Top, Subsimm
(MT,sSim)
Grid ref:NN 43845 22044
Summit feature:small cairn on rocky outcrop
Drop:23m
Col:1045m  NN437222  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 51
(1:25k) OL46N 365N
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 311 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
From Ben More and Stob Binnein with CPeterD20/05/2019
Circular walk from Ardcarnaig, Balquhidder with Mike C in fine, cold conditions.barnz4805/05/2019
Continuation of the Walk Highlands route of 7. 5 miles for Ben More and Stob Binnein from Ben More farm on the A85 taking seven and a half hours also visiting Meall na Dige.WAYNE ROWLETT27/04/2019
With Stob BinneinLockedman10118/11/2018
Together with Crach ArdrainGeoff Briggs07/05/2018
From near Inverlochlarig. Meall na Dige, Stob Coire an Lochain, Stob Binnein, Beinn More, Stob Garbh, Cruach Ardrain, Beinn Tulaichean.raffemeister21/04/2018
Round of Coire Chaorach from near Auchessan (Ben More-Stob Creagach)kdbennett03/12/2016
En route to Stob Binnein and Ben More from Inverlochlarig.Stevend123/10/2016
ACW round of ben more, stob binnein, stob coire an lochain, creag a bhragit, meall na dige, stob bealach na frithe, stob creagach from the east 454276.robertphillips28/08/2016
lots of snow and blue skies excellent day for walkingiannotts07/03/2016
Done solo after the entire northwest ridge from behind the campsite. with two Munros to finishAimless Rambler15/07/2015
Self...winter conditionsHighland Days07/05/2015
Weather fair.MountainMac21/04/2015
2 days solo in Ardlui. Crianlarich - Benmore Fm - Ben More (steep but quick!) - Stob Binnein - S C an Lochan - Meall na Dige - level traverse to Bealach-eader-dha-Bheinn (good idea until crags near bealach) - down glen and back to Crianlarich. Weather fairly good. Fine hills.Mark Jackson18/07/2013
Bagged en-route to Stob Binnein.jonglew05/05/2013
Tough climb from col between Cruach Ardrain and Stob Binnein. Linked to Stob Binnein by very pleasant ridge.campagvelocet30/08/2012
self (Stob Binnein)davidsbatty08/02/2012
Down from Stob Binnein. Then headed north a short distance, down steep slopes and round flattish bit of Creagan Liatha to rejoin Ben More farm track.agentmancuso29/07/2011
With Ian.Dangerous Dave30/10/2010
Clockwise circuit of Stob Binnein and its tops from Inverlochlarig. Hard pull up to appropriately named top.andy26/06/2010
After Stob BinneinPeteF20/06/2010
With Stob Binnein and Ben MoreAlastair S12/02/2010
With two friends. After ascending Ben More continued over Stob Binnein, Stob Coire an Lochain and Meall na Dige including Creag a' Bhragit. Went on to Stob Creagagh.pwbellarby19/10/2007
On attempt of all Munros and tops in 2007ancient brit05/06/2007
DMN Uisdean2524/03/2007
Continued on from the Monros and a better view as the cloud started to lift.Rhayader_wander06/08/2006
t56redcon26/12/2005
Annette, PhilMountain Goat17/10/2005
Company: Martin Stewartiandesbottes18/12/2004
With Jeanettedickscroop21/05/2004
With Mike, Ben More, Stob Binnein + 2 Tops, 13.4km, 1760m in 9.0hrJamesSDonald16/01/2004
Continued along the ridge from Stob Binnein. yorkie06/07/2003
and 23/05/2012, 16/08/2018chrispine08/01/2001
Date unknown paulsross01/01/2000
club also 11/4/11 CK SheilaS29/12/1999
Via munro's from Benmore FarmBLACKHILL25/06/1999
Day's walk from Suie with Lucybarnz4802/05/1999
With: solo; Walked down from Stob Binnein with Rob and his brother to bag this one. Excellent snow. Returned N again over Stob Binnein and descended down to bealach before walk out to Crianlarich.Ian Baines17/04/1999
See Ben More dbb30/08/1998
Only month/year knowncallumblack01/08/1998
first ascent, 2 in party, fine weather, climbed from benmore farm straight up to the first summit, taking in both munros and a top, before descending back into benmore glen.rum doodle 11/07/1998
On way to Stob Binnein and Ben More from Inverlochlarig returned same waycelticrambler24/05/1998
From Balquidder side, mixed weather, cloudy west, better in 1999 walk.iangalbraith27/07/1997
With friend. From the south to Stob Coire an Lochan, Stob Binnein and Ben More. Returned to col and descended W before going S.pwbellarby26/05/1996
Galltywenallt23/09/1995
Self and dogInvicta1410/09/1995
Back on main ridge now leading to Stob Binnein.Aye Jimmy18/09/1994
See log for Stob BinneinGallovidian17/09/1994
with Tom Craiglittle al07/08/1994
1993Oik07/01/1993