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Name:Stob an Aonaich Mhoir
Hill number:396
Height:855m / 2805ft
RHB Section:05A: Loch Ericht to Glen Tromie and Glen Garry
County/UA:Perth and Kinross (UA)
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Corbett, Yeaman
Grid ref:NN 53750 69415
Summit feature:outcrop 3m E of cairn
Col:625m  NN548689  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 42
(1:25k) OL50 385E 393
Survey:Abney level
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From Bridge of Ericht by bike along Coire Bhachdaidh track, left bike by bridge at NN539666, continued along track to ca NN545682, then headed NW direct up slopes to summit of Stob Aonaich Mhior, followed line of v complex (in the prevailing thick mist) ridge SSW then E to Carn Dearg, descended E then SE back to bike by bridge, retirn to Bridge of Erichtkdbennett16/07/2020
Nice sunny clear Autumn day following a run up the track.davechaffey05/11/2019
1 hour 45 to cycle uphill, 33 minutes to cycle down.Pete R11/05/2019
Bridge of Ericht - Beinn Mholach - Stob an Aonaich Mhoir - Bridge of Ericht. Couple of inches of snow on the ridge.davidpettit8427/10/2018
On TGO Challenge. Magnificent views along Loch erichtColin Crawford15/05/2018
From tent near footbridge up estate track at GR 524640. Sron a Chlaonaidh, then an unexpectedly undulating ridge which might have been more interesting in better visibility - in clioud and drizzle all the way to Carn Dearg and on to Stob an Aonaich Mhor. Not straightforward route finding winding between various bumps in consistent cloud. Deserved a better day, got just the odd glimpse of Loch Ericht. Had planned longer two day trip with bivi bag but deterred by continuous cloud and wet so gave it best and returned down track to tent.dickscroop17/06/2017
With M, staying in Blair Atholl. Hired bikes. Long cycle from Loch Rannoch, made harder by taking wrong track and having to carry bikes. Easy walk at end, wonderful view down Loch Ericht. Very cold and windy with some snow at top.douglas_easton27/04/2017
This hill is a must do, but save it for good weather, because the views from the top are superlative. It's a very fast and easy tick, but hugely enjoyable nonetheless. The bike ride up the tarmac road is dead easy, and there's an easy grassy line up to the summit following a small stream, just before the road reaches the watershed. All bogs avoidable. The bike descent is very fast and very enjoyable.Gill02/04/2017
Climbed after Creag a' Mhadaidh, approaching along Allt Shallain / Allt Feith Gharuiareaganraffemeister12/07/2016
From bridge of Ericht, with mora, 18 miles mostly on hydro road.BLACKHILL16/05/2016
Overnight backpack from Dalnaspidal. Glas Meall a'Chumhainn, Stob an Aonaich Mhoir, Glas Mheall Mor, Beinn Bhoidheach, Beinn Mholach, Gualann Sheileach, Creag a'MhadaidhRobertP30/04/2016
Carried on to Beinn Mholachduchally15/07/2015
Walked up w Jenx from Rannoch side road in less than 2 hrs, good walk, no need for bike, easy going and good views. After warm up tops, from watershed cut onto summit. Grand views of Alder group, Drumochter. Descended down south ridge to tops, great location, can't do that w a bike!nordicstar04/08/2013
From Bridge of Ericht. Bikes a massive help.bowlesy26/05/2013
saam and bm cycled up from bridge of ericht to high point on track.robertphillips10/05/2013
A bike is a must for an easy day outAm Bodach28/04/2012
Alone, using bike from Bridge of Erich.Grinner04/03/2012
See Beinn Mholaich. 11 lizards- a record!gercal5320/06/2010
3 of 5: From Beinn Mholach.ChrisR16/06/2008
Solo trip, with bikeInvicta1407/06/2008
Grim day helped by a cycle rather than a walk up the hydro road. Great return journey downhill though!gman10/02/2008
MC JC. Cycled from Loch Rannoch to the top of the pass. Weather starting dry but descending to steadt rain by the time the bikes were left. Brief glimpses of Loch Ericht from the summit through shredded clouds. Round trip 3.5hMartin6628/10/2001
actual date not knownclashcityrocker01/01/2001
Cycled up from Bridge of Ericht to the high point of the road, then up and down to Stob an Aonaich Mhoir, back down the road for a couple of miles and out and back to Beinn MholachGallovidian15/07/2000
Second Corbett of day on long walk from Dalnaspidal, along Loch Garry then via Beinn Mholach and intermediate bumps. Perfect weather though.Aye Jimmy30/08/1998
Over 6' high gate with bike at west end of Loch Rannoch. 7m on bike to watershed. Over heather hags and grass to visible horizon and 300m more to top. 12.15. 100 deer moved off to SW. At car 18 1/4m - 4 1/4 hrs.arranc23/05/1997
Solo, with bike Uisdean2520/04/1997
With Chris Upson & Dave ?MickyRoss19/10/1996
Cycled up the tarmac road from Bridge of Ericht in perfect weather on rest day during orienteering week.JohnW02/08/1995
Solo. From Bridge of Ericht I walked/jogged up the tarred track leading to Coire Bhachdaidh Lodge and nearby power station. Eventually left the track to head for Stob an Aonaich Mhòir. I saw a green lizard at about 700m. Continued to Creag na h-Iolaire and Carn Dearg before rejoining the tarred track. After 1 ½ km left the track to take the path going S and SE. I left this path to follow Allt Gaochan an t-Seilich. At weir I followed the track beside the aqueduct and from pipeline direct to starting point. It was dry all day apart from a few light snow flurries and rain which started right at the end (and continued heavily in the evening). There were very good views from summit of Schiehallion, Ben Lawers, Ben More, Buachaille Etive Mòr etc, all with a fair amount of snow. There were only a few patches on my hills.pwbellarby13/05/1995
Round of Stob an Aonaich Mhoir, Beinn Mholach and Creag a'Mhadaidh from Killchonan.Eddie14/04/1995
Paddled down Loch Ericht.Topographer5714/05/1992
Corbett bagging: Stob an Aonaich Mhoir and Beinn Mholach RHW02/05/1992
Route 53 in Cicerone guide to be published in 2012ancient brit26/02/1992
GavinTheobald 302/08/2020
Sick Kid07/07/2019
hill walker16/06/2019