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Name:Stob an Chul-Choire [Stob an Cul Choire]
Hill number:299
Height:1068m / 3504ft
Parent (Ma):279  Aonach Beag
Parent (SMC):281  Aonach Mor
RHB Section:04A: Fort William to Loch Treig and Loch Leven
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Catchment:Lochy
Class:Simm, Munro Top, Murdo
(Tu,Sim,MT,Mur)
Grid ref:NN 20314 73100
Summit feature:rock by cairn
Drop:72m
Col:996m  NN198730  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 41
(1:25k) 392
Observations:cairn 60m E at NN 20377 73113 is probably lower
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 140 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
A diversion from Aonach Mor, en route to the Nevis Range car park. Nice hill, weather settled & dry.DanMaisieBex20/08/2019
bagged on way down Ruth went direct to gondola I to carDunlawyering14/05/2019
Weather fair.MountainMac24/06/2018
Solo.Dangerous Dave30/09/2017
grey corries and aonachs traverse 19 tops C/W from corriechoille, 30 km 2500m ascent 12 hoursrobertphillips01/10/2016
A great walk, with superb views...except for the bit thrashing through the forestry and the bracken to get onto the hill. Walking down the world cup mountain bike track provided an interesting descent.Gill05/09/2015
SelfHighland Days07/08/2015
with Dalerambler_gary01/02/2015
4 of 6: From Aonach Mor.ChrisR05/09/2012
self (Aonach Mor)davidsbatty07/11/2010
See Aonach Mor - Jeanette turned back at main summitdickscroop24/09/2010
Picking off some Monroe Top staring at Aonach Mor and raversing along the Grey Corries to Stob Choire Claurigh. 29.9km 2800m 13.5hr (over night bivy)JamesSDonald17/04/2009
On attempt of all Munros and tops in 2007ancient brit01/07/2007
See Aonach Mor dbb17/06/2007
From ski centre East through forest, then over Tom na Sroine and Stob an Cul Choire to Aonach Mor and on to Aonach Beag, then downhill cycle trackGallovidian30/05/2006
With a friend. We left one vehicle at the car park of the Aonach Mòr gondola system and drove to the top of Glen Nevis in another. We walked up Upper Glen Nevis and climbed steeply up to the summit of Sgùrr a' Bhuic. We continued to Stob Coire Bhealaich, Aonach Beag and Aonach Mòr. Here we separated, my friend descending northwards. I descended with a little difficulty down snow slopes to the east and to Stob an Cul-Choire, Stob Coire an Fhir Dhuibh and Tom na Sròine. I descended westwards and contoured round Aonach an Nid to the vicinity of the top station of the gondola system. I went up to the summit of Sgùrr Finniosgaig. I descended on the mountain bike trail and reached the car park about 21:00.pwbellarby13/05/2006
w Jenx and AJR - deep snow, traversed around from ski runs, bagged both tops before return similar waynordicstar26/02/2006
Date estimatedJames Hickman26/07/2005
Back down and up to Aonach Mor, just to the east of the top took the steep ridge down on to the subsidiary ridge. From the col it was a stroll on boulders to this Murdo.garyhoney25/07/2004
Leanane to Corriechoile via Aonachs and Grey Corries, 6 Munros and 12 Tops. 32km, +/-2900m, 12 hours.PGCE12/09/2003
Difficult descent through the snow from Aonach Mor to the linking col, even harder work getting back up later. yorkie29/05/2000
Galltywenallt26/09/1997
Walked from Killiechonate to ascend east ridge of Aonach Mor.JohnW08/05/1997
On the way out to Tom na Sroine.Aye Jimmy17/09/1995
The Grey Corries, Cruach Innse to Aonach Mor, from Coirrechoille.Eddie06/05/1993
Huge maga day with Pete H of all Grey Corries and Aonach Munros & Tops - snow covered and burning sunshine! Pete dropped N down to tent ealy whilst I pushed on to add Aonachs with solo descent in dark down snowy ridge to moorland and back to tent.19 tops.Chris Pearson07/04/1990
Easains and full Grey Corries traverse with all Tops, also the Aonachs and the tops to their east RHW16/05/1989
2nd top of the day before descending back to the car at Creag Aoil. Solo.bolton26/10/1987
See Aonach Morgerrybowes20/10/1986
MM Uisdean2526/08/1982
alda20/07/2019
Kevin2903522/02/2019
iansm01/08/2017
Sick Kid17/04/2017
weaselmaster17/04/2017
geoffreycurnock28/03/2017
Toril13/11/2016
highlandhillwalker19/07/2016
weaselmaster21/08/2015
Remond01/05/2015
DaveMcS25/03/2015
dalerodgers01/02/2015
redcon27/12/2014
bertbarnett12326/08/2014
marsdavs01/07/2014
alasdaircairns02/08/2012
Steve Q28/03/2012
mae25/06/2011
iaindbrown18/04/2011
govanah09/10/2010