Name:Stob na Boine Druim-fhinn
Hill number:1428
Height:658.4m / 2160ft
Parent (Ma):1426  Beinn Lochain
RHB Section:19C: Loch Fyne to Bute and the Firth of Clyde
County/UA:Argyll and Bute
Catchment:Holy, Catchment Boundaries, Long & Goil
Class:Hump, Simm, Submarilyn, Graham Top, Yeaman,
Deleted Graham
(Hu,Tu,Sim,sMa,GT,Y,xG)
Grid ref:NN 16883 02530
Summit feature:ground by trig point
Drop:149.6m
Col:508.8m  NN 1695 0209  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 56
(1:25k) OL37N 363N
Observations:ground 40m ESE at NN 16915 02510 is 0.3m lower
Survey:Leica NA730/Leica GS15/Leica RX1250
Survey of Stob na Boine Druim-fhinn.pdf
Comments:Deleted from Marilyns and Grahams in September 2015
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From roadside parking before the outdoor centre and bridge but close to the track west. Steeply NW - rescued a stranded sheep in the fence - through the forest gap. Seemed a long pull to the summit with D. Dave. In mist.bolton10/03/2024
From Lettermay. Good route up SE ridge with bolton. On the way up we freed a sheep with a hind foot trapped in the fence.Dangerous Dave10/03/2024
see log for Beinn Lochaincarole engel27/07/2023
Circuit of tops from Lettermay. Hard going underfoot and poor visibility. Not a great day tbh.thekirkie pirate14/04/2022
To and from Corrow following the SMC route, with a couple of detours to take in satellite tops. Stop na Boine, Beinn Tharsuinn, Beinn Lochain, and its east satellite, Cruach na Cioba. A good round over interesting terrain. About 4.5 hours.summitter10/10/2020
cruach na cioba, beinn lochain repeat, beinn tharsuinn repeat, stob na boine druim fhinn repeat, monadh beag from lettermayrobertphillips12/03/2020
sclater02/01/2019
4 of 6: From Mullach Coire a Chuir.ChrisR30/08/2018
up from GR189006 by Loch Goil via the firebreak and SE ridge. summit lump looks great. What a pity this has been de-Grahamed and de-Marilynned! Continued on to Beinn Tharsuinn and Beinn Lochain.IanHHill18/05/2018
From Lochgoilhead. Corrow - Stob na Boine Druim-fhinn - Beinn Tharsuinn. Low cloud, some fairly deep banked snow in places and very limited visibility so decided against continuing to Beinn Lochain and returned down ascent ridge.RobertP18/02/2018
Followed route in SMC Grahams guide book: Corrow - Stob na Boine Druim-fhinn - Beinn Tharsuinn - Beinn Lochain - Curra Lochain - Beinn Bheula - Lochan na Cnaimh - Lettermaydavidpettit8406/10/2017
Galltywenallt06/05/2016
Clockwise round from Lochgoilhead of Stob na Boine Druim-fhinn, Beinn Tharsuinn and Beinn Lochain. Diversion to take in plane crash / memorial.russell6119/03/2016
Going going ... gonealda02/09/2015
self (was a Graham)davidsbatty14/07/2015
Overnight camp by Lochan nan Cnaimh-Cruach nam Miseag W Top-Cruach nam Miseag-Beinn Lochain E Top-Beinn Lochain-Beinn Tharsuinn-Stob na Boine Drium fhinn-Mullach Coire a'Chuir-Cruach nam Mult-Stob Liath-Moses' Wellcampagvelocet09/06/2015
See beinn Lochaindickscroop20/05/2014
After B Lochain and Tharsuinn. My final Marilyn in region 19. Cracking little hill with interesting route finding back to LettermayMartin R02/05/2014
Climbed from Lettermay via Corrow then west to new track at 17714 00744. New track then leads to top of fire break. SE Ridge then leads to summit.Lionel Bidwell10/09/2013
W Jenx, from Lettermay, via Corrow and steep break in trees (now felled) to ridge. Undulations to cleft in summit rocks and high top beyond. Onto Tharsuinn and Beinn Lochain. Great weather/views to surrounding hills/Mull!nordicstar29/04/2012
round of beinn bheula, beinn lochain, stob na boine druim fhinn.robertphillips08/01/2012
From Lochgoilhead.Grinner12/11/2011
Ascent after Beinn Lochan.fasgadh23/10/2010
Trig revisit. From NE, NN191050, forest road to 182038 (could have followed it further) then grassy ascent in impressive surroundings (skirting the SubMarilyn which I had been up before). Fine ascent, fine summit, fine view.RHW08/05/2010
Solo HFB18/05/2008
from Tharsuinn. Down again. Arran found water here on increasingly hot day. Steeply up on tussock and reeds to top at 13.30. Strong W wind. Tricky descent through factory and ear bending from resident woman, lorries turning - Sunday, parking, etc.arranc15/05/2005
Sunny, calm, snow on Mull, good views.iangalbraith29/02/2004
Ascended in good weather from Lettermay via Beinn Lochain.JohnW28/06/2000
Date is first visit. Notes from later...fine grass & rock hill. succothmore to W, anticlockwise round RHW08/05/1998
Evening Loch Goil round from Stob na Boine Druim-fhinn to Creag Sgoitto.Eddie27/05/1993
sarahk31/03/2024
try9fan17/05/2023
ThickIce28/09/2022
Kevin2903527/07/2022
GuyF04/04/2022
chrispine21/02/2022
Robin5628/01/2022
IainK03/09/2021
Tricky07/09/2019
weaselmaster15/02/2019
clanbonham19/01/2019
Blair28202/07/2017
paz195302/05/2017
bertbarnett12327/04/2017
Simon Winton07/01/2017
chalky195309/08/2016
BaggerGutt30/05/2016
PGCE09/05/2016
BasherBob17/04/2016
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