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Name:Stob a' Choire Dhomhain [1891: Creag na h-Eige]
Hill number:806
Height:1146.5m / 3761ft
Parent (Ma):803  Carn Eighe [Carn Eige]
Parent (SMC):803  Carn Eighe [Carn Eige]
RHB Section:11A: Loch Duich to Cannich
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Class:Simm, Munro Top, Murdo
Grid ref:NH 13134 26396
Summit feature:no feature
Col:1097m  NH127261  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 25
(1:25k) 414N
Survey:Abney level/Leica RX1250
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 284 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Track near Affric Lodge N, then W across moorland to Sgurr na Lapaich, along ridge via Mullach Cadha Rainich to Mam Sodhail, then N to Beinn Fhionnlaidh (contouring past Carn Eige on W side), via Stob Coire Lochan, returned over Carn Eige, then along E ridge over Stob a' Choire Dhomhain, Stob Coire Dhomhnuill, Sron Garbh, then descended to Gleann nam Fiadh to follow track out, but it was in such poor condition that I crossed the river and took the track S direct back to Affric Lodgekdbennett17/06/2018
From Glen Affric, Mam Sodhail, Carn Eige and Beinn Fhionnlaidh plus tops on route.rhalstead15/06/2018
On Langie Glen Affric meet. With Jude on way to Carn Eighe.Grinner14/10/2017
revisit for the tops C/W round of stob a choire dhomhain, stob coire dhomhnuill, sron garbh, an leth chreag, tom a choinich beag, tom a choinich, am meallan from glen affric road end.robertphillips13/05/2017
Toll Creagach to Carn Eighe ridge walk.twg2711/03/2017
Day 1 of Mullardoch backpack.mikejacobs30/07/2016
Ascent Anti-clockwise round. Park, walk west, head up path to north just before Lodge, skirt trees, climb to valley, cross valley and river. Steep scramble to Tom a'Choinich then fantastic ridge walk west eventually to Carn Eige and beyond to Mam Sodhail. stunning views to Cuillins and in all other directions. South East to path above Loch Affric and back to car park. 16.5 miles, 9H 40M.callumorr21/07/2016
Day 3 of Mullardoch roundvictimofmathema13/07/2015
On 3rd day of a 3-day backpack around the Mullardoch hills. Cloud on the summits.alistairpooler13/07/2015
Close view of a Dotterel E of summit. Then down NE spur for Frith an Achaidh Mhoir. From Forestry car park at W end of public road: £2 for day. Revisiting a few Tops for Carn Eige trig and a wanted Sim.RHW20/06/2015
From Chisholme bridge,a long day taking in Carn Eige/Beinn Fhionnlaidh/Mam Sodhail. On own.MorecambeMonkey18/06/2014
On Carn Eige to Cannich traverse.Chris Peart11/05/2014
See Carn Eigedickscroop29/09/2013
with Markgrimjimm24/08/2013
Second ascent.thenomad21/11/2010
Solo.Dangerous Dave15/06/2010
self (Carn Eighe)davidsbatty07/08/2009
By Self As part of five munros in this areaalanm30/05/2009
8 of 14: From Stob Coire Dhomhnuill.ChrisR13/05/2009
Updating from way back!Simon Winton11/05/2008
After a long trek back from Beinn Fhionniadh this unmarked summit at the start of the ridge was a disappointment. yorkie25/07/2007
CK SheilaS02/06/2007
With Niel on way into Strawberry Cottage completing Toll Creagach, Tom a'Choinich, Carn Eighe, Beinn Fhonnlaidh, Mam Sodhail + 9 Tops, 34km, 2680m, in 14.0hrJamesSDonald16/06/2006
Solo. Parked at NH216243. After reaching the summit of Tom a' Chòinnich. I followed the ridge to Sròn Garbh and Stob Coire Dhomhnuill. The top called Stob a' Choire Dhomhain in 1990 Munro's Tables (1148m) at NH133265 is a little rocky tower and was climbed over. In the 1974 Tables it was called Creag na h-Eige, and was once the Munro top. The 1997 Tables has the Munro top at NH131264, height 1147m, the name used being Stob a' Choire Dhomhain. This was reached 5 minutes later. I continued to reach the summit of Càrn Eighe.pwbellarby24/05/2005
Mam Sodhail, Beinn Fhionnlaidh, Carn Eighe, Tom a'Choinich and Toll Creagach plus 11 Tops.PGCE17/06/2003
Time approx. See Carn Eige. dbb07/09/2002
Circuit out to Beinn Fhionnlaidh from Affric Lodgerjf3508/07/2002
Ascent with Jon Moss and Des Alcornalexmaclennan27/04/2002
6 of 8: From Carn Eighe.ChrisR31/05/2000
Date unknown paulsross01/01/2000
From Affric, sunny spells, great views.iangalbraith02/06/1999
With: tp; Long walk from NH200233 with Trevor via Gleann nam Fiadh on to Sron Garbh then Stob Coire Dhomhnuill to Stob a'Choire Dhomhain & Carn Eighe. Then out and back to Beinn Fhionnlaidh. Returned by Mam Sodhail & Sgurr na Lapaich to Loch Affric path.Ian Baines24/05/1998
Another on the way to Carn Eighe.Aye Jimmy11/05/1996
From Glen AffricBLACKHILL04/04/1996
Loch Mullardoch Circuit 3 day backpacking/wild camping. With Andymountainmunki30/06/1995
Solo Uisdean2525/05/1992
With John, again with full pack but this time cutting down to the glen earlier then again over pass to car park. SS10/06/1991
End of the narrow switchback ridges from An Leth-chreag- a wonderful mountain walk. Now a mossy, broad ridge to Carn Eige and a roof of Scotland feel. Lucky to get crystal clear views on both visits. This one with Pete, solo in 2010.pwheeler25/05/1991
Pacing Hugh Symonds on his continuos Munro Round.Eddie06/05/1990
Headed for this top after ascending Mam Sodhail and Carn Eige.JohnW29/05/1989
See Carn Eigegerrybowes11/08/1987
Carn Eige, Mam Sodhail and Beinn Fhionnlaidh from Glen Affric, with many an accompanying Top RHW27/05/1987
W-E traverse of Carn Eigherjf3526/11/1983