|Name:||Sron Beinn an t-Seilich|
|Height:||714m / 2343ft|
|Parent (Ma):||1425 Stob an Eas|
|RHB Section:||19C: Loch Fyne to Bute and the Firth of Clyde|
|County/UA:||Argyll and Bute (UA)|
|Catchment:||Long & Goil|
|Grid ref:||NN199075 (est)|
|OS map sheet(s):||(1:50k) 56|
(1:25k) OL37N OL39S 363N 364S
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|Logged Descriptions (logged by 19 users)||By||Date of Ascent|
|Route climbing tops either side of Hell's Glen. Stob an Eas, Stob an Eas N Top, Beinn an t-Seilich, the various tops of Sron Beinn an t-Seilich, back to road then Cruach nan Capull, Cruach nam Mult. Initially cloud over the tops but cleared over time||RobertP||24/08/2019|
|stob an eas, stob an eas north top, beinn an t seilich, sron beinn an t seilich, from hells glen hp on road.||robertphillips||24/03/2017|
|From Hells Lum forest road. With Holly and Lily after Islay and Lewis week. Hot, sunny and windy. Gastly slog through the trees but lovely walking on the tops. 3 1/2 hours.||alexmaclennan||23/08/2015|
|W Jenx, birthday walk. From bealach parking. Followed track to end, turns steep up hill then levels before burn. Break up hill out of forest onto fell. Traverse NE to shoulder at 450 m and contour into corrie to pick up Graham top at 719m. Fine walk then ti North end of Stob an Eas over its ridge and to summit area. Very steeo descent to track and out.||nordicstar||20/01/2014|
|Solo. From start of forest road at NN190098. Climbed up hillside to Stob an Eas. Summit is at SW end of summit ridge. Back along summit ridge and on to Beinn an t-Seilich. Went up ridge coming down from midpoint between the north and south tops. Reached main top where there is a small cairn. South to South Top. Highest point is on east side of small lochan although there is no cairn. Lying snow on highest parts. Descent down my ascent ridge.||pwbellarby||07/04/2013|
|En route from Beinn an Lochain to Stob an Eas.||campagvelocet||12/09/2012|
|Calm, mild, sunny, good views.||iangalbraith||10/05/2009|