Name:Stob Coire Dubh
Hill number:674
Height:915.6m / 3004ft
Section:09C: Loch Lochy to Loch Laggan
Col:884.8m  NN 4930 9152  
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Entry no.Date recordedGrid Ref.Feature / Observations / SurveyRecorded byStatusSubpointLatest review
2239025/03/2018NN 49634 91665  F: Small cairnDSM
3064526/02/2020NN 49633 91666  F: Small cairnDSM
3925917/10/2022NN 49633 91667  F: CairnCraig67
4206226/06/2018NN 49634 91664  F: Rock by cairn
S: Leica RX1250
-245713/09/2014NN 49633 91670  F: cairn
S: obvious summit

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From Aberarder carpark via Carn Liathdaviemore30/01/2024
Carn Liath, A' Bhuidheanach, Stob Coire Dubh, Meall an t-Snaim, Sron Coire a' Chriochairein, Stob Poite Coire Ardair East Top, Stob Poite Coire Ardair, Creag Meagaidh and Creag Meagaidh East Top from parking at Aberarder.JasonStark23/09/2023
Parked in the upper Spey Valley at an old Quarry (NN 5346 9358) between Garva Bridge and Laggan, I walked west up onto Carn Dubh, then the summit of Stob Coire Dubh (NN 4961 9166). I return the same way. It took 03:50hrs, there was a thick layer of low cloud above 600m and a hard frost above 700m. Now views on top due to the low cloud.chillyman804/12/2022
Out and back from Carn Liath to the Munro Top.davidpettit8413/04/2022
Carn Liath, Stob Coire Dubh, Stob Poite Coire Ardair. With Sue, Jack & Ellie - post GMC trip.Geoff Briggs08/11/2021
With Mdouglas_easton28/06/2021
Early Winter - virgin snow ridge walk - another top nobody goes to. Clare and SkyeScmccabe 06/12/2020
From Aberarder Lodge. Good track all the way to bealach, then up the ridge. Weather turned bad, so did not continue on. With B and R.jenx26/10/2020
With KarenHighland Days02/06/2020
A ridge walk from Aberarder. Up the path/stream ascending Na Cnapanan to Carn Liath, west to Meall an-t Snaim and Stob Coire a'Chriochairein, the east over A'Bhuideannach to Stob Coire Dubh. Below freezing on the ridge with swirling mists and stags roaring, especially the Glenshirra Forest. Trees in the Creag Meagaidh reserve looking beautiful, with Autumn pointillist leaves.Nick Down113/10/2019
From Aberarder, along tracks up to Na Cnapanan, continuing on to Carn Liath, then NE over A'Bhuidheanach to Stob Coire Dubh, returning to Carn Liath, and continuing W over Meall an t-Snaim, Sron Coire a' Chriochairean to Stob Poite Coire Ardair, descent via the Window onto tracks back to Aberarderkdbennett29/06/2019
On TGOC 2019. Camped 500m to the SW the night before. Then over this top and down past Carn Dubh to the road and on to Laggan for cake. Warm and sunny.alistairpooler15/05/2019
Solo running. Fidget22/04/2019
With Mark.Jonathan Willingham13/07/2018
See Carn LiathPeterb26/06/2017
neil hutton14/06/2017
Revisit for the tops, CW traverse of creag liath, meall chaorainn mor, stob coire dubh, A bhuidheanach, carn liath, meall an t snaim, sron coire a chriochairein, stob poite coire ardair, meall ptarmigan, creag a bhanain, from garva bridge to melgarverobertphillips16/04/2017
Weather fair.MountainMac15/08/2016
And 28/11/2023chrispine20/03/2016
Solo.Dangerous Dave16/02/2013
1 of 7: From A86 Aberarder CP.ChrisR12/04/2011
CK SheilaS30/12/2010
With a friend from Garva Bridge. To Carn Liath over Creag Liath and Meall a' Chaorainn Mòr, returning over Stob Coire Dubh.pwbellarby28/06/2009
self (Carn Liath)davidsbatty19/06/2009
R Chris saw huge deer herd Richard Tait02/09/2007
On attempt of all Munros and tops in 2007ancient brit24/06/2007
Continued northeast from A'Bhuidheanach across a snow filled dip yorkie26/03/2005
With Jeanettedickscroop16/08/2003
Hot, sunny, good views. Walked beyond to 903m spot height in case.iangalbraith08/08/2003
With Howard Moore. Long trek to here along ridge. dbb19/03/2003
a full round of all the Creag Meagaidh Munros and Munro Topslangskill15/09/2002
With Mike Lay who still had to do this top.signyred14/02/2002
Had three Munro Tops still to do on Creag Meagaidh, this being one of them. As the other two were at the opposite far end of the massif, it made for a tiring day.Aye Jimmy04/05/1996
Solo. From Garva Bridge. From the old military road at NN479957 went more or less S, then approximately SE to reach Stob Coire Dubh, A- Bhuirdheanach (deleted Munro top) and Carn Liath. Good weather with some mist on higher parts.pwbellarby02/07/1995
Round of Creag Meagaidh, Stob Poite Coire Ardair and Carn Liath from shore of Loch Laggan.Eddie10/07/1992
On the 1992 TGO ChallengeBLACKHILL20/05/1992
with Phil R -. last top of all Creag Meggy tops on a long wet day. w/e trip up from sheffieldChris Pearson19/08/1989
All Munros and Tops on Creag Meagaidh RHW09/06/1988
See Carn Liathgerrybowes14/02/1988
Cairngorm Club meet - with a fellow member. After ascending the window and going on to Stob Poite Coire Ardair we went on to Meall an-t-Snaim (just me), Carn Liath and Stob Coire Dhuibh before descending. There was rain from time to time, but not heavy, until Stob Poite Coire Ardair. Then it was fine, gradually improving to a bright sunny afternoon.pwbellarby28/09/1981
SJT AMS VNJWphillipsk15/08/1979
IRA-OC HFB12/09/1976