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Name:Stob an Lochain [Creag a' Bhealaich]
Hill number:3967
Height:684m / 2244ft
Parent (Ma):51  Ben Venue
RHB Section:01C: Loch Lomond to Strathyre
County/UA:Stirling (UA)
Catchment:Forth
Class:Hump, Simm, Graham Top, Yeaman
(Hu,Tu,Sim,GT,Y)
Grid ref:NN 46518 05016
Summit feature:cairn on outcrop
Drop:108m
Col:576m  NN469060  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 57
(1:25k) OL46S 365S
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 61 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Was intending to do the 3 tops, but such a guff day, only did this from Ledard Farm. The track shown on the map is a very old one, but does ease the way a bit. Nice shooting hut near summit (very well locked)sure it must have super views, but not today.hils22/11/2019
A round of the 3 Simms and a Sub Simm from Ledard Farm. Descended to the stile at 457045 then the muddy Ben Venue path back to Ledard. Soft snow above 600m made for a fairly energetic day out.NormanW15/11/2019
In the area a day early for UK Challenge marshalling so a super bonus to be able to climb this and Beinn Chochan with time still to get back down to Dounans for dinner at 6.Alex C04/07/2017
First of round of 3 from Ledard Farm carpark. My map didn't show the track direct after the path crosses the burn so plodded up to bealach before turning right. Path was sheet ice due to -7C temperature but gloriously clear. On to Beinn Bhreac via the BealachThearlaichdubh05/01/2017
round of stob an lochain, creag a bhealaich, beinn bhreac, beinn chochan from layby near ledard farm.robertphillips18/11/2016
From the layby opposite Ledard Farm entrance, a good track which I left at NN458053 for 3962. Continued to 3963 and 3967, descending WSW on easy grass to the stile at NN457045 for the return. 6 miles, 2700' of ascent, 4 hrs 15 minsJim.Fothergill23/09/2016
sololittle al10/09/2016
Deep snow made circuit of the three western tops of ben venue hard going. Up from Ledmore farm and then east up ridge to find top. Hut at end of track was a useful confirmation in cloud. Continued north over other two graham tops, one section using my axe as a climbing axe on a couple of steep pitches though I guess there was an easier way arounddickscroop20/01/2015
xhillhunter10/03/2012
Cairn on outcrop. Fancy shooting hut just below. RHW28/02/2011
Done on horseshoe of Gleann Riabhach to Ben Venue. Walk 2 of Cicerone Trossachs guide.derekblackburn11/09/2010
Dry, sunny, slight snow, 38mph wind, good views.iangalbraith31/10/2008
With: sb; Returned to col after Ben Venue and I bagged Stob an Lochain with SB while the others returned to the forest.Ian Baines28/05/2001
BGS SNEG Uisdean2519/03/1999
Evening with Ochil Hill Runners on Ben Venue from Trossachs Hotel.Eddie27/08/1996
Tony S03/08/2019
kathyh26/05/2019
tsmart26/05/2019
russell6113/05/2019
tenerifebilly13/05/2019
chalky195304/05/2019
Gallovidian11/03/2018
Martin R20/10/2017
bjewing27/12/2016
weaselmaster03/12/2016
Sick Kid03/12/2016
Alan Whatley29/07/2016
BaggerGutt30/05/2016
interloper14/03/2016
Kiltie04/09/2015
mae05/12/2014
hill walker14/12/2013
BrianFish10/11/2013
iaindbrown28/11/2012
alda28/11/2012
Machyde22/08/2012
richtea504011/03/2012
Bob6701/10/2011
lizsloan7001/10/2011
donmyles22/08/2011
fasgadh25/04/2011
maytwin6623/06/2010
Jamiec09/10/2009
Lindsay M04/10/2009
Janet M04/10/2009
munromurph10/07/2009
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Tricky20/04/2008
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