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Name:Stob Coire nam Beith
Hill number:193
Height:1106.8m / 3631ft
Parent (Ma):191  Bidean nam Bian
Parent (SMC):191  Bidean nam Bian
RHB Section:03B: Loch Linnhe to Loch Etive
County/UA:Highland (UA)
Catchment:Leven (Loch)
Class:Munro Top, Subsimm
(MT,sSim)
Grid ref:NN 13902 54591
Summit feature:cairn
Drop:28.1m
Col:1078.7m  NN 1390 5444  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 41
(1:25k) 384
Survey:Leica RX1250
Comments:Simm deleted Oct 2015
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 303 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Last Munro Top - climbed with Kenny having also traversed 200th Corbett Beinn Maol Chaluim from Glen Etive. Had been saving Corbett for last Corbett/last munro top celebration but thought it was better to climb top, given it was already 16.5 years since penultimate oneSpudGunn27/02/2019
Glencoe YH - Lost Valley - Beinn Fhada Far N Top - Beinn Fhada NE Top - Beinn Fhada - Stob Coire Sgreamhach - Bidean nam Bian - Stob Coire nam Beith - Stob Coire nan Lochan - Achnambeithach - Invercoe.Mark Jackson25/08/2018
Solo. I came out from Bidean while Gavin waited on the summit.Dangerous Dave25/08/2018
Solo, on unofficial glencoe skyline.amswanston20/07/2018
From Loch Achtriochtan CP, via the path to the ridge between An t-Sron and Stob Coire nam Beith, SCnB, Bidean nam Bian, Stob Coire nan Lochan and Aonach Dubh.Nick Down107/07/2018
From Bidean nam Bian. With Andrew Dyson. neil hutton17/05/2018
On descent from Bidean nam Bianwychwood08/03/2018
Circuit incorporating the Bidean Nam Ban Munros and tops with Ollieraffemeister02/09/2017
With Tom, nice scramble up the Gearr Aonach ridgedesignrob11/03/2017
LUUHCCallumS24/02/2017
Weather fair.MountainMac02/10/2016
Glencoe SkyraceLittledave18/09/2016
ACW Round of gearr aonach, ascent west side aonach dubh, stob coire nan lochan, bidean, stob coire nam beith,stob coire sgreamhach, beinn fada east top, beinn fada ne top, beinn fada far north top descent west side beinn fada to lost valley.robertphillips10/09/2016
Unfinished business. 2 weeks ago, climbed to the ridge, but thick fog and poor navigation meant a near miss. Thanks to metoffice.gov.uk today was a brilliant climb in perfect conditions. CP at Achnambeithach (hidden off road and much quieter than others along the A82). Walk on the road over the bridge, over crash barrier and through metal gate to the start of an excellent track which climbs steeply above and eventually beside and over Allt Coire nam Beithach. Easy to cross in summer - might be challenging when river is in spate. Head SE at the ridge, over Stob Coire name Beith and beyond that to Bidean nam Bian. Very steep ascent and descent, but at 5.5 miles, quite a bit shorter than alternative (much busier routes).callumorr15/08/2016
CP at Achnambeithach (hidden off road and much quieter than others along the A82). Walk on the road over the bridge, over crash barrier and through metal gate to the start of an excellent track which climbs steeply above and eventually beside and over Allt Coire nam Beithach. Easy to cross in summer - might be challenging when river is in spate. Head SE at the ridge to Stob Coire name Beith (did not get to Bidean nam Bian because of very thick fog.callumorr04/08/2016
Unexpected demotion, P28alda30/09/2015
On own. Bidean nam Bian walk from A82.Crib Goch21/07/2014
Hard solo day's walk encountering lying snowbarnz4810/06/2013
With Dad, DW & SL. From Glen Coe - Aonach Dubh - Stob Coire nan Lochain - Bidean - Stob Coire nam Beith - Bidean - Stob Coire Sgreamhach - Beinn Fhada - west into Lost Valley - Glen Coe. Epic weather for a classic mountain day. (Dad stayed at Bidean's summit rather than joining us for this ascent.)AGWilliamson09/06/2013
Deep snow underfoot, moderate winds, poor visability on tops.ilch12/02/2012
CK SheilaS29/12/2010
1 of 7: From A82 at Clachaig Junction CP.ChrisR03/06/2010
clockwise circuit with Jamie and dog Ben-Ji from Glen Etive over Beinn Maol Chaluim steeply up on to the snow clad Bidean ridge and east over nam Bian and Sgreamhach from which there was a gorgeous sunset but some seriously steep and pretty tricky final lower slopes in dusk into Glen Etivevegibagger14/04/2010
clockwise circuit with dad and dog Ben-Ji from Glen Etive up Beinn Maol Chaluim, steeply up on to very snowy summit of Bidean nam Bian including Murdo west top and then down over Stop Coire Sgreamhach.trigpillocksson14/04/2010
Second ascent 10/10/2010NormanW08/06/2008
With Iain McSkimmingHighland Days25/09/2007
On attempt of all Munros and tops in 2007ancient brit05/05/2007
Setting off from Achnambeithach and ending up at Lagangarbh completing Buachaille Etive Beag, Stob Coire raineach, Bidean nam Bian, Stob Coire Sgreamach 4 Tops, 18km, 2550m, in 12hrJamesSDonald02/03/2007
On way down from Bidean having ascended by way of Coire nan Lochan. Cloud and driving rain above 850m. Miserable day.andy24/09/2006
t82redcon30/07/2006
third ascent, tops in mist but rest mostly clear, little snow cover, 5 in group. climbed from the road over the top and onto stob coire nam beith , along the ridge to stob coire nan lochan. and down around the ridge into the coire and back down to the road.rum doodle 21/06/2006
First Munro and top w Jenx, parked down at roadside, walked up Stob Coire nan Lochan and around SB and this top, back down over An t-sron and then Clachaignordicstar22/01/2006
up Coire nam Beith, Bidean and down to Lost valley. Misty, damp, cool breeze. With Gavin, Sarah, W Bullardniallp13/06/2004
Alex Heenan, Richard Morrisonian-e12/06/2004
With Edi Stewart.Dangerous Dave29/06/2003
NUFWS Glen Coe weekend. With Will, Duncan & other NUFWS.Grinner08/12/2001
Followed the ridge around from An t-Sron in misty conditions. yorkie26/10/2001
Second ascent.thenomad18/01/2001
second ascent, 2 in group, fine conditions, nice re-frozen snow, climbed from the clachaig, core nam beith to col then bide an nam bian, stob coire nam beith and back to the clachaig.rum doodle 13/02/2000
First ascent.thenomad31/01/2000
Date unknown paulsross01/01/2000
Atteempt at a winter ascent of the famous Deep Cut Chimney in poor conditions with Alan Armstrong. Pouring sloughs of snow and spindrift -dangerous but exhilarating. Took me 2hr 15 mins to lead the first pitch as not much ice was my excuse and stormy conditions. Alan took 1hr 5 mins to second it. He couldn't do next pitch. Joint relief as we abseiled off before dark.Chris Pearson27/02/1999
En route to topmick02/10/1998
With: solo; Hit ridge by Stob Choire nam Beith from Beinn Maol Challum with snow cover still around above 1100m. 15:45 when I reached summit. 20 years since I was last here! Short stop by cairn before heading off E to Stob Choire Sgreamhach.Ian Baines24/04/1998
KT Uisdean2524/01/1998
Up from Achnambeithach to Stob Coire nam Beith and Bidean nam Bian, out and back to Stob Coire nan Lochan, then on to Stob Coire Sgreamhach and Beinn Fhada and down to the Lost ValleyGallovidian13/10/1997
Before return to valley.Aye Jimmy30/06/1996
self scramble Bidean nam Biandavidsbatty01/06/1996
28/08/1995 - RT - Cool and Sunny - Good VisibilitySidath1628/08/1995
Hot, sunny and calm.iangalbraith11/06/1995