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Name:Stob Ban
Hill number:309
Height:999.7m / 3280ft
RHB Section:04A: Fort William to Loch Treig and Loch Leven
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Catchment:Leven (Loch), Catchment Boundaries, Triples, Linnhe, Nevis
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Munro, Murdo,
Grid ref:NN 14781 65434
Summit feature:large cairn
Col:762.6m  NN 1567 6538  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 41
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Survey:Leica Disto D510/Leica RX1250
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Started in Glen Nevis and I walked up Stob Ban and Mullach nan Coirean. Nice walk up to Stob Ban, bit of scree coming down and then a very nice straightforward walk for the rest of the way. Great views and weather except for a few small snow slurries. Particularly good views of Ben Nevis and the West Highland Way.tsharp05/05/2019
GMC Fort William stay. Walked with T and Bryn cycled in to bothy. High cloud cold wind on tops. Snow on high hills though Stob Ban was clear. jps66616/02/2019
Lovely day with awesome views😀akmilne14/10/2018
From Lower Falls Car Park in Glen Nevis (NN 14495 68302) - Stob Ban - Mullach nan Coirean East Top - Mullach nan Coirean SE Top [South Top] - Mullach nan Coirean. Followed clear, easy path alongside Allt Coire a' Mhusgain before steep ascent of Stob Ban. Very boggy descent of Mullach nan Coirean approaching the forest section.david23020128/09/2018
With D post Oz , sunny day afternoon from glasgowRodge26/07/2018
From Polldubh up NW ridge of Sgurr a' Mhaim to summit, south along ridge over Stob Choire a' Mhail to Sgurr an Iubhair, continuing W to Stob Ban and then Mullach nan Coirean (via SE top), descending NE ridge to Polldubhkdbennett13/05/2018
From Glen nevisemily29/12/2017
Mullach nan Coirean from Achriabhach (Glen Nevis). Continued on the Stab Ban over Mullach Coirean South Top and repeat of Sgurr a' Mhaim and Stob Choire a' Mhail Top. Met Darren at Stob Ban and finished walk together.knarf19/09/2017
Ring of Steall attempt with Dadbyron230201/07/2017
North ridge in good snow - fine weather - bit more grade 1 than I was expecting - with MRwychwood11/02/2017
Winter skills course Day 4. Witch DLJ Chris H Alan Thomas plus guide and one other none GMC jps66610/02/2017
From Mullach nan Coirean fine cold weather with a dusting of snow overcast but cloud high enough to give Summit clear views all round. Descent via steep SW ridge to West Highland way and head west back to car.N.Morters03/12/2016
LionelChris Blake20/10/2016
From Polldubhliljonb31/07/2016
A lovely warm day with brilliant distance views.Canny01/06/2016
Lots of white out moments...Ruth04/03/2016
Final Munro. Glorious day. With Mullach nan Coirean.Owen B15/02/2016
CUHWC Roy Bridge trip. 6 western Mamores in a long day.AGWilliamson21/09/2015
Family group: Hyslops, and 3 Kopf-Ps plus me from lower falls. Changeable but cracking views, trade route but always interesting. My favourite Mamore.niallp08/07/2015
The weather was supposed to be terrible today, with heavy rain/snow and high winds, so we decided to go for a walk in the Mamores instead of heading up to Ben Nevis. We did the westernmost part of the Ring of Steall, heading up An Gearanach and west to Stob Ban. A nice ridge walk, in what turned out to be pretty good weather.pwithnall24/03/2015
Hiking ClubSteve199615/02/2015
Overcast and warm. Cloud just above most summits. A good round including Mullach nan Coirean.Roblex04/09/2014
Completed on Day 1 of Mamores traverse from Mullach nan Coirean to Binnein Mor. Good views along ridge and to Glen Coe although Ben Nevis in cloud.quadbarrel23/08/2014
Walked solo in fine weather from Kinlochleven; previously attempted from Glen Nevis 03/12/2009, in snow with Chris Jbarnz4830/05/2014
With Tony G, Chris G, Graham B. 2nd time.zoob18/04/2014
Winter conditions, with KMC.ajsburns25/01/2014
With Andy using WalkHighlands route from Polldubh CP. Cracking day but very strong wind all day.Crib Goch30/09/2013
Solo walk from Glen Nevis.knarf08/09/2013
with Mullach nan CoireanMorning05/09/2013
second ascent, 3 in party, fine day, some mist and a snow flurry at the start, climbed from glen nevis, taking in the 2 munros and several tops, returning to glen nevis by last munros n/e ridge.rum doodle 15/02/2013
On a two day backpack around the Mamores and Grey Corries. Mainly dry and clear. Excellent views. See my blog post for more details: <a href="" target="_blank"></a>alistairpooler06/10/2012
A cloudy climb up from Glen Nevis. Rain started at the top.darradog23/08/2012
With Ian Caroline Barry and Sheena, from our Laggan basenickywood101/07/2012
Excellent ridgewalk with Max in low cloud. Views from Bealachs and shoulders. Chatted to Richard from Devon on the way down.alexmaclennan29/06/2012
From Achriabhach.Wheelsy28/06/2012
From Achriabhach. A round of Mullach nan Coirean, Stob Ban and Sgurr a'Mhaim.rhalstead24/06/2012
2nd of 2. After lunch it was an easy walk along to Stob Ban, cracking views all around. Some snow close to summit. Really decent path out, ~13km, 1200m, 6hrs.bowzi28/04/2012
6 munros from achriabhach mullach nan coirean, stob ban, squirr a mhaim, am bodach, stob coire a chairn, and an gearanach.cycled back to car from steall carpark.robertphillips04/06/2011
Up the ridge from the road. Good scramble.Smeggers28/04/2011
With our lassDoddsa26/04/2011
with dave from cathie'smn2326/07/2010
Climbed this from glen Nevis with Maggie on cloudy day with little in the way of distant views. Seemed an interesting hill. Had almost been up in Winter with Andy and Chris years ago.dave neilson26/07/2010
From the carpark near the bridge in Glen Nevis we walked up a lovely trail - very very hot day. Once on the Mamore ridge it cooled with a fresh breeze from the south. We climbed the side of Stob Ban on some exciting exposed crags. The summit was relished with views of the Ben and all the peaks we saw were named.ChinnockC03/06/2010
Awesome winter day along the north arete onto the summit - blue skies and cloudless day.jester6904/02/2010
1 of 4: From Glen Nevis at Achriabach.ChrisR15/12/2009
Ascent from Glen Nevis.TheShipsMast14/10/2009
With I.McSkimming via North RidgeHighland Days26/09/2009