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Name:Am Bodach
Hill number:303
Height:1031.8m / 3385ft
RHB Section:04A: Fort William to Loch Treig and Loch Leven
Catchment:Leven (Loch), Catchment Boundaries, Nevis
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Munro, High Hills of Britain,
Murdo, Yeaman
Grid ref:NN 17642 65088
Summit feature:cairn
Col:879m  NN 16907 65222  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 41
(1:25k) 392
Survey:Leica RX1250
Comments:col height measured as 879.0m
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 892 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
Am Bodach from parking at circa NN180623. Up WHW to Landrover track, then stalker’s FP up Coire na h-Eirghe to bealach then W ridgeIsbjorn 3rd Round18/05/2024
Ring of Steall with Phoebe. Extremely hot day, round in 9 hoursMrD15/06/2023
A late change of plan to complete the Ring of Steall clockwise from Steall Falls carpark today to take advantage of the great weather. An Gearanach, An Garbhanach, Stob Coire a' Chairn, Am Bodach, Sgurr an Iubhair, Stob Choire a' Mhail and Sgurr a' Mhaim in around 9 hours. Solo /D.meltdiceburg02/06/2023
Solo.Jonathan Willingham02/06/2023
Start of Mamores Circuit, but taking in the 10 munros and tops. Two camps on the ridge, 18 hrs on the move and 42km. Great adventure!Nicky C29/05/2023
The final of 4 munros from Kinloch leven on a superb sunny day. Approaching Am Bodach from the north east was a bit imposing but there's a path all the way up. Descended west to the col then good path, with stream, goes south to join the West Highland Way (wildcamping opportunities) into Kinlochleven. parked by church at Grey Mare's tail carpark. Solo.Denise 29/05/2023
Mamores -> Grey Corries -> Nevis circuit post-Winter ML Trainingtleach1226/02/2023
Super steep pull to summit.iangpark17/07/2022
Ring of Steall clockwise from first car park, perfect summer conditions.liljonb10/07/2022
Ben, Gavin, Richard, Matt, Andybdougherty09/07/2022
Ring of Steall anticlockwise - Sgurr A Mhaim, Stob Choire a Mhail, Sgurr An Lubhair, Am Bodach, Stob Coire A Chairn, An Garbhanach, An GearanachBarns15005/06/2022
Completing the Ring of Steall anti-clockwise in perfect conditionsthecoopers02/06/2022
As part of Ben Nevis Ultratwg2719/09/2021
Ring of Steall clockwise from Steall Falls carpark. Beautiful day with brilliant visibility. Part of our silver wedding celebrations in Fort WilliamLazylizzie31/07/2021
Revist: ring of steall, dangerously hot day quite dehydrated at endcjo24/07/2021
The Ring of Steall - Walkhighlands routehummusg23/07/2021
2/3 Ring of Steall clockwise. Very hot and sunny but also windy (35mph gusts forecast). Found somebody’s car keys and returned. Rounsfell02/06/2021
From kinlochleven. Too wet and windy and foggy to manage more than one peak.nrowan20/11/2020
With Sunny & Iain Ring of Steall - An Gearanach, Stob Coire a' Chairn, Am Bodach, Sgurr a'Mhaim Low cloud, no visibilityHuwel04/07/2020
with Jeff. Up from CP by church in KLL then on LR track and along Allt Coire na Ba, then WNW across slope to Coire a'Bhodach and scramble up Am Bodach. Along ridge in cloud then down to Sgurr an Fhuarain. Steeply down to gate in deer fence, back along LR track.Cumbrianexile29/12/2019
Adrian, Andrew, Jan, Jane, Rick, TorelNHWC24/11/2019
Ring of Steall SkyraceAlexKin4021/09/2019
Ring of Steall from Achriabhach.Tisteln19/09/2019
Parked at Upper Glen Nevis car park, then followed the Ring of Steall. Duration 8 hours, weather very good with mostly cloud free tops, Ben Nevis was clear in the morning. Cloud thickened the longer the day progressed.Fell_wanderer10/09/2019
Ring of Steall ACW from Lower Falls CP on a perfect September day. Magnificent views and interest throughout.Nick Down107/09/2019
Ring of Steall Hikejmistry8602/08/2019
Weather fair.MountainMac27/06/2019
Ring of Steall clockwise from Lower Falls car park.welshyboyo26/06/2019
Ring of Steall in the snowRuth23/03/2019
Ring of Steall skyline race. savage. Zero views and thank the lord for the poles! Although some kind men had to show me how to lock them. Legs were battered by the end and some serious scrambling. Pleased to finish. Sgor an lubhair, Sgùrr a’ Mhàim, An Gearanach, Stob Coire a’ Chairn, Am Bodach. 18.1 miles 7947 ft elevationnell158315/09/2018
As part of reccie for Ring of Steall race (foul weather route)Jim T17/08/2018
With Andrew Dyson on Ring of Steall walk. neil hutton19/05/2018
Ring of Steall clockwise - full winter conditions. Neve descent as hard to front point downemily31/03/2018
From kinlochlevenemily15/12/2017
From Kinlochleven (parked by church), followed paths into Coire na Ba, continuing up slopes of Na Gruagaichean, reaching ridge S of summit, then along ridge to summit, onto NW summit, then Stob Coire a' Chairn, N to An Garbhanach and An Gearanach, returning to Stob Coire a' Chairn, followed ridge to S top then Am Bodach, then to col with Sgurr an Iubhair, dropping S to follow track down Coire na h-Eirighe to WHW then back to Kinlochlevenkdbennett27/10/2017
Ran the Ring of Steel race, tough but brilliant day outKevthecat16/09/2017
Ring of Steall racehaydnw15/09/2017
With Jack, Joe, Thea, Jon Tranter's round (backpacking)fellie28/05/2017
35th Munrolojzi86062107/05/2017
2nd peak on ring of stealRodge22/10/2016
ACW round of sqor eilde beag, binnein mor, binnein mor south top, na gruagaichean, na gruagaichean nw top, an garbhanach, an gearanach, stob coire a chairn, stob coire a chairn south top, am bodach from kinlochleven.robertphillips21/08/2016
Ring of SteallDinoF31/05/2016
Ring of Steall with Carol & SimonLittledave31/05/2016
3rd Munro of the DayFCMark17/05/2016
Tough climb to the summit on the 3rd of the ring of steel 4. Weather closing in.akmilne16/05/2016
Rubbish visibility and howling wind/snow - still, zero other people about which was niceRuth04/03/2016
R full winter Richard Tait09/02/2016