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Name:Stob an Eas
Hill number:1425
Height:732m / 2402ft
RHB Section:19C: Loch Fyne to Bute and the Firth of Clyde
County/UA:Argyll and Bute (UA)
Catchment:Long & Goil
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Graham, Yeaman
Grid ref:NN 18538 07393
Summit feature:outcrop 10m N of trig point
Col:484m  NN209084  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 56
(1:25k) OL37N OL39S 363N 364S
Observations:outcrop is 25-30cm higher than flush bracket and higher than outcrop a few metres east of trig point
Survey:Abney level
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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 timeRobertP24/08/2019
From Hell's Glen Parking at NN 168 074. Track zigzags a few times, then narrows and steepens a bit. Takes about 30 minutes to reach track's high point leading to the large clearing to hillside. Hillside looks steep and rocky outcrops. I went diagonally to the right to avoid the obvious large ravine, although it looked doable. Despite thick cloud I found the top easily. Returned the same way. Quite a bit harder then the 50k map suggests though.Jhimmy15/02/2019
Walked up through the forest from top of Hells Glen. Good route, lovely views.IanHHill17/05/2018
From high point of B839. Had studied Google Earth and various reports, plus took a look at it from Cruach nam Mult. The plan worked : got to the first zig zag on the forestry track, then less than 100m of forestry bashing straight up to rejoin the track. Then 200m along the track to a passing place at 175070. The forestry is only about 100m wide at this point, so straight up. Led to fairly easy grassy slopes, slightly to the left (west) of the SW shoulder.Owen B15/05/2018
From Hell's Glen and forest tracks.Winterfloodian27/04/2018
2 of 2: From Hells Glen road HP.ChrisR26/09/2017
stob an eas, stob an eas north top, beinn an t seilich, sron beinn an t seilich, from hells glen hp on road.robertphillips24/03/2017
Parked at high point where crossroads of forestry tracks. Left for summit at 6.50, followed forestry track then onto boggy smaller track which takes you to a clearing. Go straight up follow gorge to summit. No views as low cloud. Came straight down. Met up with two shooters descending due to low cloud. Friendly. Company: Soloiandesbottes17/02/2017
Solo walk/jog. From Hells Lum forest road.amswanston10/07/2016
Is it really that long since the last hill? Stob an Eas NN 186074. S/F NN 167074. Short walk up Geaham, first hill in area. As indicated in guide book track goes to clearing in forest giving easy acces to open hill. Fresh snow from 400m giving slipery conditions on steep climb up side of stream. Crossed stream near top and easy access to summit cairn. Dry, overcast and cold with very strong wind at summit and exposed hillside but very little wind elsewhere. Good views with high cloudbase. Cumpas not working near summit? Decided to take longer, less steep way down west side due to slipery conditions.John Young01/01/2016
From Hells Glen. Track to 175070, soggy path to open hill at 182067, steep and grassy ascent to summit.Topographer5705/09/2015
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.alexmaclennan23/08/2015
With Beinn and Lochanmunromurph25/04/2015
Used forest track from Hells Glen.Martin R29/04/2014
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 steep descent to track and out.nordicstar20/01/2014
CK SheilaS29/12/2013
Started at the top of Hell's Glen. Track on map continues up to edge of forest, then steep climb to summit.Lionel Bidwell08/09/2013
With Callum and Elspeth - wet and a bit windydickscroop07/09/2013
Solo. From start of forest road at NN190098. Climbed up hillside following traces of path to NE end of summit ridge of Stob an Eas. Summit is at SW end. My rather old OS map showed no intervening bumps but there were actually some, Went over more prominent ones. Very misty. There is a trig point on summit with a circle of small rocks round it. Highest point seems to be just outside circle. Back along summit ridge and on to Beinn an t-Seilich. Lying snow on highest parts.pwbellarby07/04/2013
stob an eas and cruach nam mult from hells glen with renee.robertphillips21/10/2012
Fairly tough trek out from Rest and be Thankful to Stob an Eas via Beinn an Lochain and Beinn an t-Seilich and back again.campagvelocet12/09/2012
Ascent and descent by track through forest from Hell's Glen. Very steep ascent by east side of hill. Descended by stream gully west of summit - not recommended!Man of Kernow106/06/2012
Alone, from B839.Grinner04/07/2011
Trig revisit. Ring of stones an apology for a shelter cairn. Toppled trig broken off at FB level; remains of internal formwork and reinforcement. Cracking day, gorgeous view, especially of Loch Goil and Fhidleir. From W, forest road initially then followed the primrose studded banks of the burn to open ground. Then on to the 719m Yeaman.RHW08/05/2010
Solo Uisdean2517/05/2008
Ascended from forest track in Hell's Glen. Headed on for Beinn an t-Seilich.JohnW09/06/2007
From top of Hell's Glen road. Long zig zags up into forest to end of vehicle tracks. 1/2 mile on wide well used path to get a view of RP above tree line. Steeply up by stream then grass, rush patches aiming for a gap in first line of crags. Cuckoo heard from forest. More steep collar work to rise above rock outcrops and to top at 10.10. Magic view of Loch Goil.arranc16/05/2005
Sunny, warm, good views, with R&M.iangalbraith16/08/2003
From Hells GlenBLACKHILL03/04/2002
Straight up from Jnt to North.agentmancuso10/03/2001
Date is first visit. Notes from later...fine hill, fine view, poss good alpine flora. gleann beag pass @ 167073, forest track then burn RHW07/05/1998
Evening round of Cruach nam Mult and Stob an Eas.Eddie11/05/1994