|Height:||514.8m / 1689ft|
|Parent (Ma):||52 Stob Breac|
|RHB Section:||01C: Loch Lomond to Strathyre|
|Class:||Dodd (500-599m), Highland Five|
|Grid ref:||NN 44424 13548|
|Summit feature:||no feature: grass|
|Col:||483.3m NN 4439 1382|
|OS map sheet(s):||(1:50k) 57|
(1:25k) OL46N 365N
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|Logged Descriptions (logged by 10 users)||By||Date of Ascent|
|Straightforward route up break in forest from car park at Inverlochlarig to Stob Breac, An Stuchd, Beinn Mheadhonach, Creag na h-Iolaire, Meall Reamhar and Stob a' Choin.||sclater||07/02/2020|
|From the car park towards Blairchreich, then the forest track to the tree break directly north of Stob Breac. Up the northern flank to the Stob, then along the ridge southwards taking in each recognised top to An Stuchd. Continued south to Beinn Mheadhonach, then back to take in Cnoc na Nathrac before heading along the burnside gap in the forest to the track through Glen Sgionie back to the start. 3.15 hours round.||summitter||17/05/2019|
|Stob Breac, An Stuchd, Beinn Mheadhonach and Cnoc na Nathrach from Inverlochlarig. Short unpleasant section of forest to reach easy open ground then track along Glen Sgionie. Almost continuous rain.||RobertP||26/08/2018|
|From Inverlochlarig via the zigzags and the vestigial path on the NE (near) side of the Allt a'Choire Bhan, which requires some grassy ledgework where the sidewalls close in around a waterfall. Thence to the ridge, circling North to take in the North Tp, Stob Bhreac itself, the South Top, Far South Top, An Stuchd, Beinn Mheadonach after a steady descent, and the pleasant viewpoint of Cnoc na Nathrach, with its embedded quartz summit. I made the mistake of crossing the dilapidated deer fence and floundering in the mud and serried trees of the Darien Gap between there and the start of the Glen Sgoinie track.||Nick Down1||29/04/2018|
|meall gaothach, taobh na coille south top, taobh na coille, an stuchd, beinn mheadhonach from the south biked in to edra.||robertphillips||25/06/2017|
|Solo from Road end to Corbett Stob a'Choin. Steep up through wet grass to gain North ridge. Both tops to ensure summit. Onto sub Hump and other tops to Graham Stob Breac ridge. Mist and rain after the CTs. Back over Stob Breac Graham and tops.||nordicstar||11/08/2013|
|Circuit from Inverlochlarig||RHW||28/04/2012|