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Stob a'Choin is an impressively steep and rugged mountain as seen from Inverlochlarig, yielding nothing to its higher neighbours. Its ascent gives a rough walk more reminiscent of the Northwest Highlands than the Trossachs; the reward is a stunning view from a fine summit.
Region: Loch Lomond
Altitude: 869 metres
Detailed route description and map
Other routes and challenges
In theory the mountain could be approached via its long, broad southern ridge from the shores of Loch Katrine, but great distance and boggy terrain deter this.