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Name:Sron a' Choire Ghairbh
Hill number:758
Height:936.2m / 3072ft
RHB Section:10C: Loch Arkaig to Glen Moriston
Class:Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Munro, High Hills of Britain,
Murdo, Yeaman
Grid ref:NN 22250 94550
Summit feature:cairn
Col:315m  NN063958  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 34
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Survey:Abney level/Leica RX1250
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 700 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
4 of 9 from Kilfinnan.robertphillips01/06/2024
Parked in car park at Kilfinnan, then forestry track and hill path to bealach. A few exposed snow steps to climb onto Meall na Teanga's top ridge. Then up the zig zags to Sron a Choire Ghairbh. Returned via the fine walkable E ridge after Sron a Choire Ghairbh E Top and onto Sean Mheall and Meall nan Dearcag, coming out by a gate near the telecoms mast at Kilfinnan. Some sun and hazy views. First part of the walk busy with weekend Munroists. With Gillianrichard6920/04/2024
Parking at Kilfinnan currently straight forward with new car park for contractors on the dam project. Biked to turn for path up to Munros the followed summit ridge round. Dam construction works visible when the cloud cleared!BaggerGutt23/07/2023
Meall na Teanga & Sron a' Choire Ghairbh from Kilfinnan.JasonStark13/05/2023
From the Coire Glas works car park at Kilfinnan with Ben Tee and Teanga. Sunny with very cold gusty wind. Rounsfell08/04/2023
4 of 6: From the East top. With Sam.ChrisR07/04/2023
Sròn a' Choire Ghairbh & Meall na Teanga. Walkhighlands routehummusg04/11/2022
With Jack, Geoff and Sue Post relays trip (Spean Bridge)fellie16/10/2022
Sron a'Choire Ghairbh, Meall na Teanga from Kilfinnan. With Sue, Jack and Ellie.Geoff Briggs16/10/2022
By the standard route from Kilfinnan and Càm Bhealach to the col, and path up the north flank, and to the summit. Return by outward route. With DB and RP. 18.1km, with 945m of ascent.Man of Kernow128/09/2022
Parked at Kilfinnan and went over Meall na Teanga before returning to Cam Bealach and up on good path to summit with cairn and flattish top. Raining and low cloud. Descended along East ridge over Sean Mheall- better terrain than expected but no views today.Denise 16/06/2022
Cracking day out with Barry Dickson with great weather and excellent views.Kevthecat24/05/2022
Cracking day out with H&K, The Cat and Gus!Baz with H&K24/05/2022
Visited whilst bagging Simms.PGCE12/05/2022
Climbed with Ruth from Kilfinnantomd413/04/2022
Solo round of Sròn a' Choire Ghaibh and Meall na Teanga from Kilfinnan. After a rather tense drive up the A82 - covered in a fresh layer of untouched snow - in particular from Crianlarich into to Rannoch Moor, I arrived at Kilfinnan for an early dawn start. Hoofing the 2.2mi walk along the road into the forest, things were going well until about 400m up on the path to the bealach. A low snowline saw a fairly fresh thin layer of powdery snow covering a lot of ice on the path - just enough to require a bit of care, but not really enough to justify crampons. Mostly misty up to around 500m, where the sky opened up. There was a bit of gusty wind but that only started being a nuisance above 700m on each peak, where the gusts would fire a blast of snow every 5-10 mins. Did Sròn a' Choire Ghaibh first, lower zig-zags were icy, but above that it was easy going though my timing was not great, just as i hit the summit, a bank of cloud covered it. Tapped the summit and returned down to themproudfoot28/11/2021
Kill finnan, forest track then up path to coll, up zig-zags to summit, then over to Meall na Teanga.Flatfield06/06/2021
GP and Vic. Nice walk through the forest. Long descent looking for, but not finding, the waterfall.Tintenty04/06/2021
Solo fr Kilfinnan, forest track then good path up to col, running mostly. Warm hazy sunshine becoming hot later, but I was only out 5h. Fierce S wind on tops.NorfolkPT2131/05/2021
From Laggan Locks (parked in car park to E for easier access from A82). Usual 2 Munros, plus Ben Tee.quadbarrel27/05/2021
Wonderful views from top. traversed NE ridge and ended up on very steep and hard descent followed by pushing through the forest to the track.gettingonabit17/09/2020
Laggan Locks bus stop - Cam Bhealach - Sron a Choire Ghairbh - Meall na Teanga - Meall Coire Lochain - skirted Meall na Teanga - Meall Dubh - Cam Bhealach - Laggan Locks.Mark Jackson26/08/2020
After Meall na TeangaChris Blake09/08/2020
Solo Very deep snow above 300m. Very poor visibility at the top Failed to reach summit of Teanga, 130m short, due to avalanche riskHuwel27/02/2020
Climbed with Alex McBride, Sron a'Choire Ghairbh first then Meall na Teanga. Accessed from Kilfinnan, just over 8hrs all in. Lots of snow above 650m.chillyman814/11/2019
Started at Kilfinnan. 2 miles along the forest track and then up to the bealach along the path. Up to Sron a Choire Ghairbh along the zig zaggy stalkers path to Meall na Teanga where the views were 360 degrees and absolutely awesome. Back down to the bealach and up to Meall na Teanga which seemed a harder climb, again the views were good, including Loch Linhe and Loch Ness. Back down the same way. Saw one other person (twice) he was going down from each top as I was going up.tsharp06/05/2019
From Kilfinnan: The woods sheltered me from the heavy rain but once out in the open up to the col I was soaked. Up and down Teanga, then up and down Sron a Choire Ghairbh.jigglybones20/02/2019
Andrew Dyson neil hutton26/05/2018
Up from Gleann Cia-aig to the south and then east along trackless terrain to the bealach. Easy zig-zag path to the summit. Clear but slightly hazy and windy on top.Windy Corner19/05/2018
TGO Challenge 2018twg2714/05/2018
Very good conditions with great views in all directions. Cornices on summit ridge but path basically snow free.rurquhart30/04/2018
Ascended after Meall na Teanga - loads of snow but unconsolidated - hard going - mega windy from south west on ascent of the south ridge - was planning to escape off to N - but wind died out on summit and uneventful descentwychwood06/04/2018
From E, Kilfinnan, via Meall Dubh, then round the N tops, #2 of 6. My 2nd time here, deserted on a drizzly morning.RHW22/12/2017
from karl's boat,lithosyork25/08/2017
The stalkers zigzags made this an easy ascnetLizzieG29/05/2017
second very hot day in a row . 9 hours round to do both hills. With Paulyounggl26/05/2017
Solo. 19km(comma) 6.5 hours. 3.7km cycled in 18 mins(comma) 11.6km walked in 6 hours(comma) 3.7km cycled in 12.5 mins. Fidget26/05/2017
CThis Dog27/08/2016
Standard route out & back from Kilfinnan. On own.MorecambeMonkey16/05/2016
Weather fair.MountainMac11/04/2016
M2Dave Geere09/09/2015
Very warm and sunny. 6.5hrsHammy18/08/2015
Climbed first, then climbed Meall na Teanga after it. This hill probably the harder of the two hills, not much in them though. Good day out.FCMark11/06/2015
After Meall na Teanga. Followed the easy going trail to a panoramic 360 degree view of mist. Finally ticked after a failed attempt from Eas Chia-aig waterfall due to the depth of snow. Kilfinnan is the better approach.mindlessflogger26/05/2015
Hot, sunny day's walk with Dave M, Scott B, Mike C & John Mcd. Deep snow cornices facing eastbarnz4818/04/2015
Circuit, from South Laggan Locks, of the Loch Lochy munoros, ridge towards Ben Tee and Ben Tee before dropping back to the Eagle for a pint. Met Garry 2 minuts after getting into the Eagle. Sunny day with great views throughout the walk. 6 1/2 hoursalexmaclennan18/04/2015
Clear and warm. From Kilfillan with Meall Na Teanga. Just over 6 hours, walking the track at the start.Roblex03/09/2014