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Name:Stob Caol
Hill number:3951
Height:735.7m / 2414ft
Parent (Ma):49  The Stob
RHB Section:01C: Loch Lomond to Strathyre
County/UA:Stirling (UA)
Class:Simm, Graham Top
Grid ref:NN 49359 22086
Summit feature:cairn on outcrop
Col:679m  NN 4931 2258  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 51
(1:25k) OL46N 365N
Survey:KR 2x Hand Level/Abney level/Leica RX1250
Comments:Col height measured as 679.0m
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 50 users)ByDate of Ascent
Heading down the south gullybertbarnett12327/02/2017
Meall Gainmheineach - The Stob - Meall Na Frean - Stob Caol - Creag nan Speireag from Monachyle Mhor. A superb winter's day!Nick Down114/01/2017
ACW round of meall reamhar, meall an lochain, the stob, stob caol, creag nan speireag.robertphillips20/12/2016
A circuiit from just west of hotel starting up good track. Forest continues a lost further up the valley than shown on map so had to seek out fire breaks but not too bad on the two ascents. Stob creagach first up a very steep fire break then cross back east to The Stob, less steep. Then south via Stob Caol to road with some problems as did not find track -trees!dickscroop06/11/2016
2 of 6: From The Stob.ChrisR16/09/2016
After The Stob, short detour to collect the sub. Back down to forest edgenordicstar07/09/2016
From forest track at Tulloch (parking). Deep snow, some sun, cold, calm, mild views.iangalbraith13/01/2016
Lovely walk with Robert Wight, Holly and Lily. Ascended to this summit after The Stob then back to bealach and retraced our steps down. Snowy. Great views.alexmaclennan04/01/2015
After climbing the Graham Top of Meall an t-Seallaidh with the name “Meall Reamhar”. We went roughly westwards to reach the summit of the Stob. We went SSE and over another top close by, which is much the same in height. We continued southwards to reach the summit of Stob and back to the starting point using the track through Gleann Crotha.pwbellarby02/05/2014
Mistakenly thought this was a Hump. Worth the bother, though, despite depth of fresh snow.Martin R28/02/2014
From SSW, just E of Rhuveag, steep mostly grassy ascent then easy ground on ridge RHW28/04/2012
Ascended on descent from The Stob.JohnW15/06/2010
RIB Uisdean2505/05/2007
Sick Kid07/03/2017
Campbell Singer03/06/2015
Gavin Theobald05/10/2013
Johnny Corbett12/12/2011
hill walker03/01/2010
Alan Whatley17/05/2009
Colin Crawford26/03/2008
hill walker17/12/2006
john steel11/02/1995
Erik Bblank