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Name:Stob a' Choire Mheadhoin
Hill number:292
Height:1105m / 3625ft
Parent (Ma):290  Stob Coire Easain
RHB Section:04A: Fort William to Loch Treig and Loch Leven
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Class:Hump, Simm, Munro, Submarilyn, Murdo,
Grid ref:NN 31655 73634
Summit feature:cairn
Col:965m  NN312732  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 41
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 544 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
We headed over the ridge from Stob Ban. Easy path to follow as cairns mark the route to the summit. We descended back towards the forestry section and little falls. With Richie and MB.Zoe Little09/06/2019
From parking area near Fersit (NN 34992 78187) - Loch Treig Dam - Hydro Pillar - Meall Cian Dearg - Stob a' Choire Mheadhoin - Stob Coire Easain. Out and back by the same route.david23020123/09/2018
From Tulloch Station to Lairig Leacach bothy. Beautiful day, amazing views and perfect neve!twg2726/03/2018
Ascended from near Fersit via the Hydro pillar and Meall Cian Dearg. Carried on to Stob Coire Easian and retraced steps to start point.PeakyPete21/09/2017
From Fersit, along shore of Loch Treig before turning up Meall Cian Dearg, continuing to Stob a'Choire Mheadhoin then Stob Coire Easain, returning to bealach with Stob a'Choire Mheadhoin, following stream down to Coire Laire, return to Fersit via very wet disused tramway. With SD.kdbennett25/06/2017
1/2 Really wet day for this double (Stob a'Choire Mheadoin/Stob Choire Easainn)Fergalh21/02/2017
With Stob Coire Esainliljonb21/02/2017
Stob Coire Easain and Stob a'Choire Mheadhointomd403/09/2016
Weather fair.MountainMac04/06/2016
With MR From Fersit Followed ridge up against fierce wind and hail Raining all day Some good snow on north facing areaswychwood20/12/2015
Up & along ridge from An Dubh Lochan. Return via path to the East of the ridge & down to old tramway. On own.MorecambeMonkey06/09/2015
With Anne after Stob Coire Eassain. Long day's expedition with walk-out back to Roy Bridge. Hazy sun shine all day.David Greaves26/06/2015
With I.McSkimming, full winter conditionsHighland Days28/05/2015
Climbed again in spring snow conditions and fine weather with Wee John. Heavy cornicing and recent avalanche to negotiate on Meall Cian Dearg spur.barnz4806/04/2015
Climbed with various club members from WBMC on February winter week in 2015Baggieboy16/02/2015
From Fersit along the northern end of Loch Treig and up to the pillar, then a zig-zag route up Meall Cian Dearg. From here the going was easier to the summit but in low cloud with light showers.Windy Corner29/07/2014
Glen Nevis to Fersit (Ramsay Round recce)Geoff Briggs07/06/2014
Standard ascent and descent on ridge with Robert Wight. In cloud from 300m. Dry and little wind.alexmaclennan25/05/2014
With GHC. Would have been straight forward except for the amount of fresh snow everywhere. Good day though.Play2End19/04/2014
In snow, good views. With Tony G and Sophie G. From road to Fersit.zoob14/04/2014
Climbed with Rob and his friend Jon. High winds with icy snow above 2000' requiring crampons. Some stinging icy blasting, white-out conditions and very cold, but also occasional views and sunny spells.banksey14/11/2013
Climbed with Maggie. Travelled from Kinlochleven. Loch Leven gave mirror reflection because it was a sunny day with no wind. Lovely views till got to summit. Sat down and clouds closed in a minute later. Lunch in lee of cairn but little protection from wind.dave neilson14/09/2013
before Stob Coire Easain with davemn2314/09/2013
A cloudy day but no rain at least. Very boggy on the way up and still plenty of snow around.darradog31/05/2013
With David. From Stop a'Choire Mheadhoin. Descended steep fractured rock and snow at col and then pushed/cycled bikes to youth hostel, arriving 11pm.robhenderson09/05/2013
Traversed from Stob Choire Easain after cycling from Spean Bridge to bothy at head of Lairig Leachan. Descended grassy slopes back to Bothy and then decided to defend Lairig to end of Loch Treig and on to Loch Ossian Youth Hostel. The trip was slow because the path was not cyclable until we got Loch Trieg by which time it was nearly 10pm and getting dark.david.walker4005/05/2013
NMC Easter trip (Winter conditions)ajsburns03/04/2013
From Fersit. After the Hydro Pillar there is a bit of exposure due to erosion on Meall Cian Dearg.Roblex10/10/2012
From Fersit. Nice sunny and cool day. Meall Cian Dearg looked forboden but was easy. Great views on top (but see Stob Coire easain).Jhimmy19/07/2012
From Fersit, Stob Coire Easain and Stob a'Choire Mheadhoin. Wet and windy day.rhalstead28/06/2012
Estimated date - done soloAimless Rambler09/05/2012
1st of 2, solo on an overcast day, very windy later in day.bowzi29/03/2012
First ever Munro with Wellsey Gimble & Muddy only main 1 of the 2 on the dayPaul Hirst23/03/2012
with Niel & JamieJamesSDonald01/03/2012
second ascent, 2 in party, misty on summits, snow patches just high on the hills - short stretch of almost white out before first summit. climbed from the car park in fersit, returning via coire laire and over the shoulder of the ridge.rum doodle 29/02/2012
Spent previous night in Staoineag Bothy. Better weather today meant we could get onto the Munros. Up onto Stob Coire Easain, then across to Choire Mheadhoin, before retraced steps back to Loch Ossian YHA. With Mark and Phil.AGWilliamson07/09/2011
Wet week in Corrour with Andrew and Phil from CUHWC. After night in Staoineag bothy, weather a bit better so chanced EasainMark Jackson07/09/2011
stob a choire mheadhoin and stob coire easain.robertphillips28/05/2011
Round of Loch Treig from Fersit: Stob Coire Sgriodain, Chno Dearg, Beinn na Lap, Stob Coire Easain, Stob a'Choire Mheadhoin. Day 35 for 59 for all Munros. 36km, +/- 2500m, 11 hours.PGCE13/05/2011
Great day. Views were brilliant. Must have seen 50 munros today.akmilne30/04/2011
On 4-day backpack from Rannoch station to Corrour station via Fersitalistairpooler24/04/2011
1 & 3 of 3: Out from Fersit CP. Return from Stob Coire Easain.ChrisR07/04/2011
DMC day meet with Allan, Bill, Andrew and Andrina. Very wet in the vallets and deep powder snow higher up. Lots of tiring trudging! Mostly whiteout and snowing on the tops. A tiring but good start to the winter!jonbowyer13/11/2010
DMC Trip with Jon, Andrew, Bill and Andrina Awesome day with interesting conditions - deep snow, low visibility and wind.amcculloch13/11/2010
Solo.Dangerous Dave14/05/2009