Name:Stob a' Chearcaill
Hill number:3188
Height:840.4m / 2757ft
Parent (Ma):731  Ladhar Bheinn
SMC/RHB Section:10B: Knoydart to Glen Kingie
County/UA:Highland
Topographical area:HW15 Ladharbheinn-eugallt
Catchment:Hourn, Catchment Boundaries, Nevis (Loch)
Class:Simm, High Hills of Britain, Corbett Top
(Tu,Sim,HHB,CT)
Grid ref:NG 84604 02952
Summit feature:large boulder
Drop:36.7m
Col:803.8m  NG 8431 0284  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 33
(1:25k) 413S
Survey:Leica RX1250
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Got ferry from Mallaig arrived 8am. Walked to Mam Meadail and ascended to Meall Bhuidhe's south west top to avoid the bracken. Out and back to Meall Bhuidhe then Luinne Bheinns East top, Luinne Bheinn. Drop to Mam Barrisdale then to Ladhar Bheinn (via Stob na Muircraidh and Stob a Chearcaill). Descent via An Diollaid and Mam Uidhe for 1615 ferry.hummusg16/07/2024
From the bunkhouse, up Gleann an Dubh-Lochain and back over 10 summits N of the glen. 2/10PGCE27/03/2024
iainwalton02/09/2023
GaryJones25/04/2022
Clockwise round of Coire Dhorrcail from Barrisdale. Boat ride over from Arnisdale and back. Stunning ridge walking. With B and R.jenx20/04/2022
Kevin2903511/03/2022
Simon Winton25/08/2021
PVokes26/06/2021
rambler_gary19/09/2020
With Tom and Martin from the bothy. Via Stob a Chearcaill. A leisurely 11:40 (8:35-20:15). Fidget25/06/2018
Fifth of five and the best. Superb viewpoint. Descended towards Mam Barrisdale using path with a steep scramble at one point. Return to Inverie.Campbell Singer21/06/2018
alda19/06/2018
ianwatson24/07/2017
mcbiydw223/07/2017
Marra123/07/2017
Am Bodach29/05/2017
alanm29/04/2017
From Barrisdale: Stob a Choire Odhair, Ladhar Bheinn, Luinne Bheinn, Meall Buidhe and back over Mam Barrisdale. Hot and sunny. Finished at 10pm!jigglybones01/06/2016
BaggerGutt30/05/2016
dynamo8315/05/2016
jfwilson20/04/2016
6 of 7: From Aonach Sgoilte.ChrisR25/08/2014
weaselmaster24/05/2014
Sick Kid24/05/2014
rocket-ron10/07/2013
scoob05/06/2013
Fi05/06/2013
Climbed down from Aonach Sgolte before descending to Mam Barrisdale path and walking back to Inverie.chriswatson20/05/2013
iaindbrown20/05/2013
alda20/05/2013
Alan Whatley15/05/2013
R Richard Tait07/05/2013
Two day circuit from Shenevaldickscroop05/06/2012
IainK03/05/2011
Gavin Theobald27/03/2011
ajwxyzt07/08/2010
thenomad15/06/2010
a_good_brew28/05/2010
with Stuart Batty (Ladhar Bheinn)davidsbatty20/05/2010
With club, Ladhan Bheinn + Tops, 13.8km, 1510m, in 9.0hrJamesSDonald04/05/2009
bertbarnett12302/04/2009
With three friends. We took the boat operated by Billy Mackenzie from Arnisdale to Barrisdale. We walked up the track towards Mam Barrisdale and found a campsite. With lighter sacks went up a nice scramble to the summit of Stob a' Chearcail. We continued to the summit of Aonach Sgoilt and Ladhar Bheinn with scrambling from time to time. We passed over the south top. There are two tops close together. Both were visited - the second one looks to be higher. Three of us went out to the Munro Top of Stob a' Choire Odhair. From the summit of Aonach Sgoilte we followed a path down to join the Stob a' Chearcail scramble quite low down. The views were really good - the weather dry and quite warm, even late on.pwbellarby31/05/2008
Colinmac200506/05/2008
john steel22/03/2008
Morning08/08/2007
mae15/05/2007
jim.r31/03/2007
John Lee10/09/2006
cmac15/07/2006
Martin R04/05/2006