Name:An Staonaig
Hill number:3137
Height:838.5m / 2751ft
Parent (Ma):621  Carn Dearg
SMC/RHB Section:09B: Glen Albyn and the Monadh Liath
Topographical area:HM03 Carndearg-chailleach
Class:Simm, High Hills of Britain, Corbett Top
Grid ref:NH 58300 05894
Summit feature:rock
Col:791m  NH585050  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 35
(1:25k) OL55 OL56 401 402
Observations:rock 10m NE at NH 58309 05901 is 0.1m lower
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 21 users)ByDate of Ascent
Bagging Simms this week I was keen to do this one and add to my unconvincing HHb totals. From Garrogie, cycle to weir at 560065. To West Top first, then after this one on to the two Burrachs.NormanW16/05/2024
Parked by the bridge at Garrogie for a 33km clockwise circuit of the River Killin catchment, over 9 Simms and 4 subSimms. 8/13PGCE04/04/2024
A round from Garrogie Lodge.BaggerGutt22/07/2022
Alan Whatley10/06/2022
From tent at head of valley above Loch Killin. Nice camping spot, biked in. Up good track SE then E from junction and on up to An Staonaig E top(Ct); on to An Staonaig(Ct(); cross over to Burrach Mor S top(Ct); the Burrach Mor(Ct). Back down the very pleasant Glen Markie.dickscroop19/06/2021
4 of 6: From Carn Donnachaidh Beag. Weather much improved by now. With Karen.ChrisR11/10/2020
Suspect not many people climb this hill twice but I rather like it.alda09/05/2019
Dave McG29/04/2019
Some nice boulders on top and a rubbishy old cairn, great views one way and awful turbines the other, long way from Coignafearnalda05/06/2018
Gavin Theobald19/04/2014
Colin Crawford18/05/2010
OK hill & view. c/w circuit from Crathie RHW23/10/2004