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Name:Stob Coire Creagach [Binnein an Fhidhleir]
Hill number:82
Height:817m / 2680ft
RHB Section:01D: Inveraray to Crianlarich
County/UA:Argyll and Bute (UA)
Catchment:Fyne
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Corbett, Yeaman
(Ma,Hu,Tu,Sim,C,Y,P500)
Grid ref:NN 23067 10911
Summit feature:rock by cairn
Drop:504m
Col:313m  NN265131  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 50 56
(1:25k) OL37N OL39S 363N 364S
Survey:Abney level
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 257 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Next on ridge walkOh no I forgot...26/08/2019
Out & back from Butterbridge. On own.MorecambeMonkey12/05/2019
Straight up from Butterbridge, finding a faint path most of the way. Descended via the NE ridge and track down Glen Kinglas.davidpettit8406/01/2019
As Sprog.Owen B17/05/2018
Difficult route with no visibility and soft snow. Colin on Ben Luibhean.iansm18/02/2018
Quite a pull up from Glen Kinglas. But a gorgeous morning so well worth the sweat and swearing.summitter12/11/2017
Parked at Butterbridge, into plantation, then on to open hillside via stile. Ascended a grassy rake, then weaved between the crags to the summit, where there is a cracking view. With JT.Sprog24/07/2017
A drizzly misty start, turning to clear views but heavy rain. The walk along Glen Kinglas and along the ridge is very good, except for the first few hundred feet onto the ridge, which is horrible tussocks. It's soon over, then grass and an ATV track speed you on your way. There's a very nice rocky/grassy ridge with steep bits when you get close to the summit and the views are brilliant.Gill05/06/2017
stob coire creagach east top, stob coire creagach, creag bhrosgan, binnein an fhidhleir from butterbridge.robertphillips02/06/2017
From Butterbridge, once past the deer fence lost path. Steep and craggy. Also, bagged trig point as it was a nice day....until I got half way down and it rained.Jhimmy02/05/2016
1 of 3: From A83 at Butterbridge. With Tim.ChrisR19/10/2015
Along with the top in miserable wet and cloudy conditionsdickscroop18/05/2014
selfdavidsbatty09/06/2013
Utterly grim conditions. Gained the ridge via the gully opposite Abyssynia.bowlesy15/11/2012
Solo misty walk with Jenny, Holly and Abby. Puppies 7 weeks old.alexmaclennan10/06/2012
From A83 car park, through gate and followed footprints through young plantation to style and onto open hillside. Steep and craggy in places.Topographer5715/04/2012
Solo.Dangerous Dave27/03/2012
up from butterbridge.robertphillips20/02/2011
Up along NE ridge from upper Glen Kinglas then to Binnein an Fhidleir and back before descending directly to Butterbridge. Ascent much superior to descent.campagvelocet16/08/2010
with Jenx from Butterbridge at NN233095, direct climb by fence to summit - walked out along knolls to trig - just in case ever resurveyed! Back same way. Wet underfoot.nordicstar09/05/2010
climbed with ololmunromurph05/08/2009
Up from Butter BridgeGallovidian23/01/2009
CK SheilaS27/12/2008
Blustery day. I recall a very steep ascent.douglas_easton21/09/2008
With Mora, from InveruglasBLACKHILL12/07/2008
Self and BonnieInvicta1415/06/2008
done from glen kinglasbuggerlugs19/08/2007
Evening Corbett, met camper on summit.Grinner24/07/2007
Galltywenallt17/07/2006
Pre-Christmas event. Stayed at Arrochar. Descent in near darkness.Man of Kernow103/12/2005
From c.1k S of Cairndow, up An t-Sron and along ridge to Stob Coire Creagach via trig.agentmancuso17/03/2001
Good visibility with cloud about 3500'. 1h20 up. MC JC. Views as far as Knoydart?Martin6615/07/2000
Went up this on a strike daygman09/09/1999
Steep relentless flog from the S in the rain. The summit arrived very suddenly. Traversed to adjacent hill to W before descending.Aye Jimmy29/08/1999
Solo Uisdean2526/06/1999
Solo. On day trip. From Butterbridge, departing, to Stob Coire Creagach, on to Binnean an Fhidleir, returning by a somewhat diagonal line back to the car. Frequent showers, some hail. Misty on the topmost parts.pwbellarby05/05/1996
Up from Butter BridgeGallovidian09/03/1996
Corbett bagging (two walks): Stob Coire Creagach and Beinn Bheula RHW13/11/1994
From Wade's bridge again. Over 2 gates and trudge uphill over steep grass and bracken. Over fence to top. 15.15.arranc15/09/1993
Andy Dytchdonmeister08/06/1993
Evening run from Butterbridge.Eddie15/04/1993
Snowy, cold, limited views, 1999 repeat - high cloud, windy, good views.iangalbraith28/03/1993
Route 16 on Cicerone guide to be published in 2012ancient brit25/10/1992
Walked up Glen Kinglass to ascend by the north east ridge from Stobhan Dubha in good weather.JohnW28/07/1989
Once with Dave and Mark 2015/2016 winterMoragElizabethblank
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BaggerGutt26/08/2019
alanm20/08/2019
tomcr8828/02/2019
andrew brown26/12/2018