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Name:Stob na Cruaiche
Hill number:188
Height:739m / 2425ft
RHB Section:03A: Loch Leven to Rannoch Station
County/UA:Perth and Kinross (UA), Highland (UA)
Catchment:Catchment Boundaries, Leven (Loch), Tay
Watershed:Firth of Tay, Mull of Kintyre to Rattray Head, Ardnamurchan Point to Lowestoft, Cardiff to Cape Wrath, Dover to Cape Wrath, Lowestoft to Duncansby Head, Greater Loch Linnhe, Land's End to John o' Groats, The Lizard to Dunnet Head
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Graham, Yeaman
Grid ref:NN 36358 57092
Summit feature:boulder 6m W of trig point
Col:389m  NN313572  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 41
(1:25k) 385W
Observations:boulder is 80cm higher than FB on trig point
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 132 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
From Rannoch station, through trees and along tops to summit. Very dry underfoot. Very impressive viewpoint, well worth doing on a clear day. Point 648 has three interesting memorial cairns to Pearson family. Return via same route.MichaelF17/05/2019
Solo trip from Rannoch Station. Midsummer on Rannoch, sunshine and too windy for midges - brilliant.Invicta1421/06/2018
On TGO ChallengeColin Crawford14/05/2018
From Rannoch Station, along track beside Loch Laidon, up steep fairly boggy ATV track beside burn mention below. Superb day with brilliant views of Ben Nevis, Ben Alder & Glen Etive hills.rogreeves01/04/2018
From a very migdgey tent near Rannoch Station up track through forest and then along ridge in cloud and wet, very boggy ground then along ridge to summit. Descent via an old, little used track mentioned by others to main Rannoch - Kingshouse track about 4 km west of station. Easy enough to follow and a much better route than the ascent route I used - unless you like bogs.dickscroop18/06/2017
Linear walk from Kingshouse to Rannoch Station.jimbloomer01/05/2017
Cycled in from Kingshouse to West. The old Rannoch path now turned into a 4x4 superhighway and cyclable to 3 km from the summit. Up the ridge and last km following a buggy track to summit. Still has a nice remote feel, high above rannoch and blackwater.nordicstar02/09/2016
Good views through the misty murk, especially on return cycle. Shame about the detour round the lodge.jenx02/09/2016
1 of 2: From Rannoch Station CP.ChrisR13/08/2016
On the 2016 TGO Challengealistairpooler16/05/2016
From Rannoch Station, cycled to 397569 then rough track to summit. Full cloud cover below 500 metres under a perfect inversion.Topographer5703/11/2015
CK by canoe SheilaS10/06/2015
From Rannoch station, with mora.BLACKHILL24/03/2015
Came along the ridge to get the other tops. Then used ATV to get back to Rannoch station. Wet everything from head to toe, top to bottom, air to ground and anywhere else beyond my imagination. Windy too. Great views - not.Martin R23/10/2014
Took train from Crianlarich to Rannoch. Great views across Rannoch Moor to Glencoe and Ben Nevis area.IanHHill25/08/2014
cycled from the kingshouse hotel along track, then to summit.robertphillips20/07/2014
Outcrop 7m W of trig, c.0.5m above FB datum ht. Fine isolated hill (cloud & wind 1st ascent). rannoch sta, forest tk to 398569 then ATV tk to summit RHW04/03/2013
Start: King's House Hotel. Notes: Mtb to Allt Dubh-Mor and then direct to summit. Dist: 26km. Ascent: 650mraffemeister11/11/2012
From Kingshouse to Black Corries Lodge, NW along path and up west ridge to summit, descended SW then back along trackGallovidian28/10/2011
If walking from Rannoch Station, there is an ATV track to the summit which starts from NN 39731 56867 on the path to Glencoe. Turn Right 100 metres before a stream (and the second sign to Glencoe).richtea504022/01/2011
Solo Uisdean2502/12/2006
from L na Doire. RP in misty view 2 3/4 m away. Not a ridge but open moor with heather, flat runs, a lot of hags and cross chammels requiring deviations from route. To point 637 for lunch. Easier plod down to a second col with more hags to a long final 3/4 mile prow to top. Magical view of the Moor [ water everywhere under a dark mist. 16.15. Watershed hill.arranc03/04/2005
Brilliant trip with Michael. Kayaked down Loch Ba, down the river, across Loch Laidon, camped on perfect beach, Sunst down Glencoe. Ran up here in the morning.Colinmac200531/08/2003
Date is first visit. Notes from later...fine isolated hill (cloud & wind 1st ascent). rannoch sta, forest tk to 398569 then ATV tk to summit RHW30/01/2000
Across ice sheets and up into mist from Kingshouse. Followed the pylons back to the track in low mist.Eddie09/12/1995
carole engel04/05/2019
hill walker27/05/2018
dave g26/03/2018
Dave McG24/06/2017
Erik B24/06/2017
Sick Kid06/03/2017