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Name:Creag na h-Iolaire
Hill number:5721
Height:834.8m / 2739ft
Parent (Ma):43  Stob a' Choin
RHB Section:01C: Loch Lomond to Strathyre
County/UA:Stirling (UA)
Catchment:Forth
Class:Simm, Corbett Top
(Tu,Sim,CT)
Grid ref:NN 42731 15379
Summit feature:outcrop
Drop:30.2m
Col:804.6m  NN 4264 1542  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 56
(1:25k) OL46N 365N
Observations:rock 25m N at NN 42728 15403 is as high
Survey:Abney level/Leica RX1250
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 58 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
A detour on a drive up from Glasgow to Glen Lyon. In cloud with rain almost all the way. From Inverlochlarig along track to bridge then more or less straight up north ridge. In the conditions of zero visibility not worth visiting other two tops both of which I had done before and time was pressing.dickscroop31/05/2019
Anticlockwise around the horseshoe from Inverlochlarig.davidpettit8418/04/2019
7 top round from inverlochlarig C/W along track then along side of burn to open area, cnoc na nathrach, cruinn bheinn,creag chaorannach, creah na h lolaire, meall reamhar, meall reamhar north top, stob a choin.robertphillips10/11/2018
Think I might have done this with Liz and Muddy when we did Stob a' Choin on a spectacularly foul day. I remember a discussion as to which was the top so we probably did both it and Reamhar but not certain so needed a revisit. Much better day today, great views.IainT03/09/2018
Swings and roundabouts. The last update granted me an armchair Marilyn tick but robbed me of a Simm and Stirling completion. Now rectified, an ascent on a grim morning of low cloud and drizzle; there was no incentive to continue over the CorbettColin Crawford04/08/2018
Bit of a slog up the ridge from the north, but well worth it for the view south.summitter05/11/2017
From Inverlochlarig, taking very steep direct ascent of Stob a'Choin,joining N ridge above the crags and visiting the slightly lower tops as well as Stob a'Choin. Along ridge to Meall Reamhar,Creag na h-Iolaire then descent N along pleasant ridge with slight path and less steep ground. Clouds covering the tops.RobertP19/02/2017
Stroll along ridge to corbett. Company: Martin Stewartiandesbottes16/07/2016
With Ian Soulsby.Dangerous Dave11/04/2015
Solo from Road end. Cut over bridge to old farm, burn ok but tree cover made for hard going. Track and bridge faster if less interesting option. Steep up through wet grass to gain North ridge. Both tops to ensure summit. Onto sub Hump and other tops to Graham Stob Breac ridge. Mist and rain after the CTs.nordicstar11/08/2013
Continue to sCT with Jim Bloomer again lovely spot. Then descend ridge back to bridgeDugswell205/06/2012
4 of 11: from Meall Reamhar.ChrisR12/05/2012
Circuit from Inverlochlarig RHW28/04/2012
On circuit including Stob a'Choin.Aye Jimmy28/10/2000
SoloUisdean2517/12/1995
Evening rin up Stob a'Choin from Balquidder roadside.Eddie01/08/1995
neilsan16/02/2019
andrew brown19/01/2019
Gavin Theobald03/01/2019
alda10/07/2018
thekirkie pirate05/11/2017
interloper26/06/2017
m0untain_n0mad11/10/2016
FCL22/05/2016
weaselmaster20/06/2015
Sick Kid20/06/2015
BrianFish21/05/2014
Martin R01/03/2014
Dave Geere28/09/2013
hillhunter25/05/2013
jimbloomer05/06/2012
IainK01/05/2012
Nick Canute11/01/2012
mae17/04/2011
ancient brit14/04/2011
Oik15/09/2010
chalky195302/09/2010
DaveMcS17/05/2009
Phaedra19/04/2009
Rambling Ray25/09/2008
iaindbrown23/06/2008
vuirich29/04/2007
hill walker18/02/2006
kathyh11/11/2005
Alan Whatley30/09/2005
ngthack16/11/2004
GaryJones01/01/2004
jenx07/12/2003
softsquare08/03/2003
Martin6619/11/2000