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Name:Stob Mhic Bheathain
Hill number:1364
Height:721m / 2365ft
RHB Section:18B: Sunart and Ardgour
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Graham, Yeaman
Grid ref:NM 91417 71376
Summit feature:rock 3m south of cairn
Col:506m  NM895720  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 40
(1:25k) 391
Observations:cairn 180m E is lower
Survey:KR 2x Hand Level
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 96 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
quite a long day including the cycle up beautiful Cone Glen and 2 other tops, 6 hours, Quite tough terrain as norm in this area but fine mountain.dmckeith26/08/2019
From Callop, over the pass up to Stob a Chuir over the 706m pt onto the Graham, descended onto the ridge just below the 706m pt then N down into the valley before crossing the river and meeting the track to walk back over the pass. Satnav said 22.4km and 1200m of climbingJulieB13/07/2019
Cycled up Cona Glen to Corrlarach, good track, and climbed DLF and SMB. Descended from SMB to Cnap a'Choire Leith Bhig then descended directly into glen at 937724. Crossed the river in boots and gaiters without getting wet through, but only just.Topographer5720/08/2018
Took bike over Corran Ferry and rode to and up Cona Glen, waded river and climbed up as per SMC Guide.IanHHill11/08/2018
With Will & Chris, staying at Resourie bothy.Grinner22/07/2018
Staying in the Cona Glen for a couple of nights. Bike up the glen and round of the two easterly tops of Stob Mhic Bheathain. Not sure which is the summit, both candidates visited.fasgadh30/04/2017
from Inverscaddle Bay via a rough cycle ride along Cona Glen, with Peter Cottam Galltywenallt26/04/2017
Third attempt on this hill. From Cona Glen got up to fence posts on ridge. Ran out of puff and retraced steps, falling on coccyx re-crossing the river. 11 hours without a result!arranc07/06/2016
The long cycle in nearly did for me! But the glen is beautiful and wintry conditions on the hill made it quite special.jenx07/03/2016
With Jenx. Cycled Cona Glen - reasonable track, to just past locked bothy at Corriarach. Walked about 3km further and crossed to gain third ridge to Stob Mhic Bheathain west top. On over Stob Mhic Bheathain then good if long ground to main top Druim Leathad nam Fias. Direct down off top via a spur to a short fight through woods then river and bikes. River easily crossed in boots/gaiters after dryish weather.nordicstar07/03/2016
2 of 2: From west top.ChrisR27/10/2015
cycled up cona glen to beyond bothy, had to wade river.robertphillips09/08/2014
ERB Uisdean2525/08/2013
On the TGO ChallengeBLACKHILL13/05/2000
fine complex hill, ascend direct from N, skirt W summit, straight descent E to col. Cona Glen anticlockwise from Inverscaddle RHW02/04/1999
Round of Beinn Mheadhoin, Carn na Nathrach, Stob Mhic Bheathain, Stob a' Ghuir, Meall Mor and Stob a' Bhealach an Sgroidain from glen Hurich.Eddie19/04/1997
Tom Mundell11/05/2019
Sick Kid03/09/2016
Dave Geere22/05/2013
Campbell Singer22/05/2013
Martin R12/03/2013
Norrie Muir01/12/2012
Tony Rogers24/05/2012