Name:Stuc a' Chroin North Top
Hill number:19762
Height:949.5m / 3115ft
Parent (Ma):18  Stuc a' Chroin
RHB Section:01B: Strathyre to Strathallan
County/UA:Stirling
Catchment:Earn, Forth, Catchment Boundaries
Class:High Hills of Britain
(HHB)
Grid ref:NN 61827 17922
Summit feature:rock in cairn
Drop:18.6m
Col:930.9m  NN 6179 1784  
OS map sheet(s):(1:50k) 57
(1:25k) OL46N OL47W 365N 368W
Survey:Leica RX1250
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Logged Descriptions  (logged by 141 users, only the latest 50 shown - Show all)ByDate of Ascent
En route from Ben Vorlich to Stuc a Chroin on a snowy day.Denise 06/03/2024
Straight up the motorway from Ardvorlich to the summit trig, down to the Beallach & scramble up Stuc a Chroin & it's N top. Descent NW, NE then N to skirt W side of Ben Vorlich on good paths. Then picked up smaller path & ATV track to summit of Creagan nan Gabhar. Great views of Stuc scramble from here. Path continues to Ben Our & on over Sron Mhor. Path disappeared here and we descended E, zigzagging to avoid bracken to meet main motorway just above dog gate. According to a very pleasant local, 14000 people climb these munros every year!Lynnebe05/07/2023
From Ardvorlich. Loop of Ben Vorlich, Stuc a' Chroin, Creagan nan Gabhar and Ben Our.welshyboyo25/05/2023
From Ben Vorlich south to plateau between then took the left at the path junctions.Worked my way round the east side and then steep path to just below the summit. Windy but not too difficult from there.JAdair9713/04/2023
On way to Stùc a Chròin from Ben Vorlich, nice scramble, sunny but freezingPDuncan8225/02/2023
Roadside parking near Ardvorlich House (NN 6322 2321). Good track up to Ben Vorlich, then down and up to here on a nice scrambly route up the E face to col between the main and N tops. On to Stuc a' Chroin, Creagan nan Gabhar and Ben Our. 10 mile round, with DS.jonglew22/02/2023
Friday night adventure. Loop of ben vorlich and stuc a' chroin. 5hrs for the 16km,back at car just in time for dark!Nicky C20/05/2022
Lochearnhead - Glenample - track to about 550m in Coire Fhuadaraich then directly S and up NW ridge to Stuc a' Chroin - North Top - Ben Vorlich - Creagan nan Gabhar - Ben Our - direct descent to where Glenample track enters forest - back to Lochearnhead.Mark Jackson16/08/2021
Climbed up the nose to the north top then onto the true summitcolinfielding16/06/2021
Anti-clockwise circuit from the car-park at Glen Artney Church, taking in Ben Vorlich and then Stuc a'Chroin. Weather: Dry with sunny spells; both Munros clear of cloud all daygeoffh1213/06/2021
From Braeleny, a longer but easier route up Stuc a' Chroin with great views all the way.TRG31825/04/2021
Climbed after Ben Vorlich with Daniel Arnold, 7hours all in. Very misty on top no real views.chillyman805/08/2018
RevisitDave Geere05/04/2017
Ardvourlie-Ben Vorlich-Stuc a'Chroin, return to Ardvourlie via Coire Fhuadaraich and Coire Buidhekdbennett01/08/2016
Solo HFB16/01/2016
With Anne-Marie and Diane and Dave McW. Dry some sunshine, cloudy later. Climbed via Ben Vorlich. Could hear stags roaring in the distance. Bit of a trudge back, boggy in places.Glengavel17/10/2015
After Vorlich up steep groundbertbarnett12307/09/2014
From Ardvorlich, Loch EarnGeoff Briggs09/09/2011
on the way to the main top.robertphillips23/01/2011
in passing....Moorponder20/07/2009
JW HFB12/01/2008
With Ian Soulsby, after a steep climb up the crest in snow.Dangerous Dave18/02/2006
Route for Stuc a Chroin.smocks and denims10/12/1998
With LJanet M28/06/1998
Galltywenallt26/01/1998
So long ago, in passing. And now it's a non top.iangalbraith08/09/1996
en route from Beinn Vorlich to Stuc a'ChroinIanHHill24/07/1994
With Richard Armour.Dugswell222/07/1994
Me & 2 inexperienced adults, both Munros from Ardvorlich, on frozen snow where we needed to use crampons. Windy but with broken cloud and tops increasingly clear.NorfolkPT2131/12/1992
On traverse from Ben Vorlich to Stuc a'Chroin.Aye Jimmy24/05/1992
Solo, misty with cold windNorfolkPT2120/12/1990
With Ben Vorlich & Stuc 'Chroin.NotReallyABagger30/07/1988
KeithByTheC29/09/1987
Low cloud and heavy rain saw me driving home but cleared enough to encourage me to turn around and do these 2 'easy' Munros. Took my ice axe for the thin covering of overnight snow on the tops - a useful looking weapon according to fishermen near the start, Gale force SW winds on summit ridge -nasty - kicking steps up snow to scramble on over north top to add Stuc a'Chroin then down into N corrie to escape wind. car at 6.30pm -fishermen still there -had caught nothing.Chris Pearson23/05/1986
Lairig HFB24/11/1985
With: solo; Climbed Ben Vorlich from Ardvorlich up N ridge. I left Gill at summit while I wet across to Stuc a'Chroin and back then descended back down N ridge.Ian Baines10/08/1981
En route from Ben Vorlich to Stuc a' Chroin. (PM SJ)gerrybowes22/04/1981
JMY HFB04/04/1981
EUMC meetjimbloomer02/03/1974
Combined Cadet Force Arduous Training with Noddy Crichton and the Man McLean. We were followed all day by a West Highland terrier. Cremola foam and whisky were our refreshments.langskill11/04/1968
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