Ben More and Stob Binnein from the parking area near Ben More Farm.
We opted for a scramble further round the west side of the mountain. The grass was quite slippy and steep at parts alongside the stream that was flowing down the mountain side. We joined up with the clearer path not too far from the summit and then continued straight down past the large boulder and straight up Stob Binnein. We then descended past the boulder and took a sharp left. we could see the track down at the very bottom so just took a diagonal route straight down over the boggy area.
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