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Name:Stuc an Lochain [Stuchd an Lochain]
Hill number:120
Height:960m / 3150ft
RHB Section:02A: Loch Rannoch to Glen Lyon
County/UA:Perth and Kinross (UA)
Catchment:Tay
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Munro, Murdo,
Yeaman
(Ma,Hu,Tu,Sim,M,Mur,Y)
Grid ref:NN 48308 44832
Summit feature:embedded rock 3m S of cairn
Drop:482m
Col:478m  NN592513  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 51
(1:25k) OL48W 378W
Survey:Abney level
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 617 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Evening stroll around the southern ridge above Loch an Daimh. Parked below the dam, along the path to the obvious path marked by the cairn and then up the very steep path to the ridge, when on the ridge, the path is very pleasant with great views all round. 4 peaks, Creag an Fheadain, Sron Chona Choirein, Stuc an Lochain and Meallan OdharNicky C30/06/2020
Me and Brian Smith walked this one. quite a bit of snow and very windy day but great views. Great day out.Kevthecat03/01/2020
Stuc an Lochain & Meall BuideHuwel21/10/2019
Parked at the gate as the access road was too icy. Path hidden under the snow, but easy enough to find a route.Geoff Briggs05/02/2019
Climbed Stuc an Lochain (960m) and Meall Buidhe (932m) today, starting at 06:35 just below the Giorra Dam returning to the car at 13:15. Climbing Stuc an Lochain first, returned to the car then up Meall Buidhe, 6:40 hours all in, just before the rain started.chillyman831/07/2018
SoloUisdean2503/06/2017
M2Dave Geere08/04/2017
solo fantastic views, camped at damlithosyork21/01/2017
From Giorra Damkdbennett16/10/2016
AloneRob Pen y Garn06/08/2016
Daimh Circuitjustin99925/07/2016
Straightforward ascent as per Walkhighlands route.TRG31814/07/2016
With Ian.Dangerous Dave26/06/2016
Climbed with Meall Buide plus a munro top. 9.84k in 3:22christine9920/04/2016
Only person out on a rather dreich day, with low cloud.frameworks15/01/2016
Much better hill than I was expecting, really nice quick hill.steveroberts23/08/2015
Claire's first Munro!Pete R06/08/2015
From Giorra Dam, followed by Meall Buidhe.Crib Goch07/06/2015
Climbed in the afternoon. A nice walk along the ridge to the top. Sophia found the geocache. A sharp shower on the way down.darradog22/08/2014
Great Views looking across onto Rannoch Moor. Clear skies, ideal walking conditions.FCMark24/05/2014
3 of 7: From Sron Chona Choirein.ChrisR08/05/2014
From Loch an Daimh dam - plenty of parking at NN 51094 46373. Took steep rocky eroded baggers' path on the south side of the loch to a small cairn on east ridge of Creag an Fheadain at NN 50147 45345 - tricky to find for descent if in hill-fog. Then on good path over the two Tumps to steep summit cone of the Munro. Back be ascent route.Man of Kernow104/05/2014
Bridge of Balgie rd blocked by tree cutter, road to dam collapsed over stream so didn't start till 1.30 Loose snow on the ascent tried to avoid on return but took an extra hour, beautiful on top.......could see forevergeoffreybbb10/03/2014
Stuchd an Lochain and tops from Loch an Daimh dam.rhalstead12/09/2013
Done with Hazel, Allan & Richard (Richard's 2nd last munro!) Clouds stayed above the hill and rain stayed off, despite all the other hills in the area being less fortunate! No midges yet despite calm conditions!jonbowyer16/06/2013
282nd - with Allan, John, Hazel - some light rain, cool, but good visibility. From head of Loch an Daimh, ascended from North to 887m spot height and followed ridge South then West to summit. Quick dash down to make train back to Leeds, as only up for the weekend.RGibbs16/06/2013
Tried to Night Nav but there was no night... fully light by 3am really. Summit 6.30am.Loz_mck25/05/2013
One of the first weekends with dougie - camped up by the dam.basscadet07/10/2012
SMHC with Alan Munro, Sarah Anne Sinclair & me this was a tough one steep up thru a stream and long walk with strong gusts round the corrie. 3½ hour munroLizzieG16/09/2012
Day 6 of 7-day trip. Amazing weather again. Ascended this first and then Meall Buidhe and Cam Chreag. With Ruth.AGWilliamson25/07/2011
Meall Buidhe in the morning, Stuchd an Lochain in the afternoon, Meall Ghaordie in the evening. Day 33 of 59 for all Munros.PGCE01/05/2011
From Loch an Daimh dam by the standard route. The path traverses a surprising distance west above the loch before ascending steeply south.davidpettit8424/04/2011
Very Steep start from Boathouse.baird20/04/2011
meall buidhe and stuc an lochain in the morning, and meall nan tamarchan in the afternoon/evening.robertphillips06/03/2011
MC JC.Martin6606/03/2011
With Anne. Cloudy on summits. Lifted on way backDavid Greaves21/11/2010
AnnetteChris Blake24/10/2010
Done with Mike on a damp sort of day. In cloud from 600m up.akmilne10/07/2010
Keltcrannoch04/06/2010
Quick snack at the car then off, easy enough path to begin with then steepens up, at Meallan Odhar in an hour, then an easy 30 mins to the peak. Down off North ridge, 40 mins to shore then 45 mins back to car. 3hr15 total. Solo, Bhuidhe done 1st.bowzi02/05/2010
Climbed from the dam, conditions were wet and very windy,ptarmigan seemed happy enough though.isabelle28/09/2009
5th ascent d thomson final, glasgow half mar next dayThearlaichdubh05/09/2009
Very hot day and a late start due to a little accident on the way out of Aberfeldy involving a bit of dry stone dyking, a cow and the car. EJS v. tired. Glorious at the summit - butterflies at 3000 feet!Roblex23/06/2009
Third mountain. Second day. First Scottish trip.Mc101p18/05/2009
Linear route on way from Pubil to Bridge of Balgie on TGO Challenge.Gayle12/05/2009
Great day for hill walking, warm & sunny. Lewis (9) & Jacob (5) bagged their first munro. Well done boys.Murraw19/04/2009
done with meall buidhebuggerlugs12/04/2009
With U.A.M and DaveKevin2903528/03/2009
ghaley11/10/2008
Self and Bonnie.Invicta1403/11/2007