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Name:Stob Gaibhre
Hill number:4024
Height:690m / 2264ft
Parent (Ma):207  Beinn Sgulaird
RHB Section:03B: Loch Linnhe to Loch Etive
County/UA:Argyll and Bute (UA)
Class:Simm, Graham Top
Grid ref:NN 06343 46645
Summit feature:rock outcrop
Col:635m  NN062466  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 50
(1:25k) 384
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 65 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Climbed en route to Sgulaird by accident. Hadn't expected such a drop between the two.Rob Rees23/06/2019
CUHWC Glen Coe trip. Solo walk. Ascent from Glen Creran. Day started off well but weather badly deteriorated by the afternoon.AGWilliamson29/03/2017
Climbed on ascent of Beinn Sgulaird.PeakyPete28/08/2016
Sunny, hot, calm, good views.iangalbraith05/07/2009
RIB,JEB, MM last Munro Uisdean2507/06/2008
Company: Soloiandesbottes28/02/2004
first ascent, 3 in party, clear weather. goc 2003, climbed after a camp in glen ure, followed the ridge, from the top of the track all the way to the summit of beinn sgulaird and back the same way, then down to glen etive.rum doodle 11/05/2002
RS BES. Elleric in Glen Creren to Beinn Sgulaird, Stob Gaibhre, Meall nam Fiadh & Beinn Fhionnlaidh & return by Leac Bharainn. Mild overcast damp day.Vin25/09/1999
Parked Elleric, walked out to Glenure and straight up hill to Sgulaird. Over An Grianan to Fionnlaidh and back down long SW ridge - big daynordicstar24/09/1999
Final top on traverse of Beinn Sgulaird (qv) from Drumnavuic. Then on to Beinn Trilleachan (qv).pwheeler26/05/1995
On way to Beinn Sgulaird from Glen Ure in miserable weather.Aye Jimmy28/12/1994
Estimated date - correct monthSS01/05/1993
With: hb; Parked at Elleric & walked to Glenure then SW straight up to Beinn Sgulaird summit. Returned NE along ridge via N top & Stob Gaibhre to join path down Glen Ure back to Elleric.Ian Baines25/09/1986
With: ib; Helen Baines25/09/1986
From carpark at road-end in Glen CreranAlan Moore16/03/1980
Bus from Ballachulish and then ascended from Glen Ure.JohnW25/08/1979
Dave McG07/07/2019
carole engel01/06/2019
Sick Kid22/06/2018
hill walker19/04/2016
Tony S28/07/2013
Steve Q27/03/2012
Gavin Theobald05/01/2012
Colin Crawford07/06/2010
Lindsay M18/07/2001
Janet M08/07/2001
Colin Crawford13/07/2000