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Name:Stob a' Bhruaich Leith
Hill number:256
Height:941m / 3087ft
Parent (Ma):237  Stob Ghabhar
Parent (SMC):237  Stob Ghabhar
RHB Section:03C: Glen Etive to Glen Lochy
County/UA:Argyll and Bute (UA), Highland (UA)
Catchment:Awe, Etive
Class:Simm, Munro Top, Murdo
Grid ref:NN 20867 45976
Summit feature:cairn
Col:899m  NN213457  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 50
(1:25k) 377E 384
GPS data:show GPS entries for this hill

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From Victoria Bridge via Clashgour Hut. A circuit of Stob a'Choire Odhair, Aonach Eagach, Stob Ghabhar, Sron nan Giubhas, Sron a'Ghearrain and Stob a'Bruaich Leith. The lower reaches were a holiday home for marshwiggles after recent rain, but the ridgewalking is magnificent, and the views superlative.Nick Down112/08/2017
13 top round ACW from from glen etive bridge at alltchaorunn meall garnh, meall odhar, stob a bhruaich beith, sron a ghearrain, stob ghabhar, sron nan giubhas, stob ghabhar north top, aonach mor, creag a bhealaich, clach leathad, mam coire easain, creise, stob a ghlais choire.robertphillips16/10/2016
Blackmount circuit from Ski Centre.justin99924/08/2014
Victoria Bridge - Clashgour - Sron a' Ghearrain - Stob a' Bhruaich Leith - Meall Odhar - Meall nan Eun - Meall Tarsuinn - Stob Coir' an Albannaich - Cuil Ghlas - Loch Dochard - Victoria Bridgedavidpettit8419/04/2014
self (Stob Ghabhar)davidsbatty08/07/2009
On attempt of all Munros and tops in 2007ancient brit17/06/2007
Completed Ben Starav, Glas Bheinn Mor, Beinn Nan Aighenan, Stob Coir an Albannaich, Meall nan Eun, Stob Ghabhar + 5 tops, included an over night camp, 38.5km, 5250m, in 21.5 walking (also had 8km bike back to car)JamesSDonald02/04/2007
With Ian Soulsby.Dangerous Dave29/04/2006
See Stob Ghabhar dbb16/10/2005
Long solo trip in very hot, dry conditionsbarnz4824/07/2005
Circuit with Ston a'Choire Odhair from Victoria Bridge and tops - down old trail to valley bottom and river walk outnordicstar11/09/2004
Before Ben Starav. With C'n'Do.Al-get-there01/06/2004
Continued out to the western edge of the ridge and a good cairn. yorkie29/10/2002
Stob a'Choire Odhair, Stob Ghabhar and Tops.PGCE24/05/2001
Sunday 18/02/01 staying with York Alpine club able to do a solo one way traverse in glorious sunshine along the WSW ridge over Stob Ghabhar and Stob a'Coire Odhair and picked up at Victoria Bridge. Glorious day. Munro nos. 181 and 182vegibagger18/02/2001
With Jeanettedickscroop16/07/2000
From Victoria Bridge Beinn Toaig - Stob a'Choire Odhair - Stob Ghabhar then Tops of Sron a'Ghearrain and Stob a'Bhruaich Leith back via Clashgour Beautiful day and eveningcelticrambler21/05/2000
Hot, humid, sunny and good views.iangalbraith30/07/1995
KT Uisdean2524/06/1995
Last Top on W ridge, quite a way out - almost to Meall nan Eun (the Munro). Returned to Stob Ghabhar and back to Victoria Bridge.Aye Jimmy07/10/1994
From Victoria Bridge to Stob a' Choire Odhair, then on to Stob Ghabhar and subsidiary topsGallovidian21/05/1994
Big Traverse from Loch Tulla to Glen Etive over Munros & tops in running mode with Robin, whilst Alan & Jo dropped down and went round for my car - having to force the krook lock off !Chris Pearson31/05/1993
Evening round of Stob a'Choir Odhair, Stob Ghabhar and Bruaich Leith.Eddie07/08/1991
Exact date not knownpaulgp01/07/1991
From Victoria Bridge.BLACKHILL27/10/1990
Date unknown (pre 1995) RHW01/01/1990
What a surprise- a view of Skye that was hidden from the much higher Stob Ghabhar. The walk between the two summits, on typical Blackmount ridges,twisting, side ridges, engrossing was an easy addition decided upon on Stob Ghabhar. It was too nice a day to hurry down. Easy slopes led to S slopes of Stob Ghabhar where I picked up the excellent stalkers' path to Clashgour for the short walk out to the car at Forest Bridge.pwheeler03/06/1989
See Stob Ghabhargerrybowes06/04/1988
Last 'top' of the Ghabhar ridge before a descent to Clashgour. With GB.bolton06/04/1988
With: lw; From Victoria Br up to Clashgour hut then N to Bealach Coire Toaig. Up NE ridge to Stob Ghabhar then W via Sron nan Giubhas as far as Stob a'Bhruaich Leith & descent down SE ridge back to Clashgour. Very clear day with good views.Ian Baines16/08/1981
Black Mount. M. 4 in party - Winter mountaineering course. White Corries - Meall a'Bhuiridh - Mam Coire Easain - Clach Leathad - Creag a'Bhealaich - Stob a'Ghlas Choirean - Sron nan Giubhas - Stob Ghabhar - Sron a'Ghearrain - Stob a'Bruaich Leith - Coire na Cloiche for overnight Bivvy - Glen Etive via Allt a Chaorainn. Weather - Good, cloudy overnight.tarrp03/03/1980
Not logged. Date not known.ngthack01/01/1964
Sick Kid20/08/2017