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Region: Loch Lomond
Altitude: 753 metres
The Stob, or Meall na Frean, is an undistinguished summit to the north of Loch Voil. The steep southern face overlooking the loch harbours one of Scotland's innumerable Bruce Caves. No doubt home to a spider or two.
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There are 159 Walkhighlanders who have climbed The Stob. They have contributed 8 public walk reports including this summit. These are ordered below with the most popular ones first. The rightmost column shows how many summits were included in their report, which may help you to find the most relevant reports.
|Two Stobs: Two Double-Hundreds||weaselmaster||07/03/2017||1||G2|
|Not big Stob just The little Stob||Johnny Corbett||12/12/2011||1||G1|
|Strathyre and Perthshire stragglers||malky_c||25/04/2015||0||G3|
|A great little hill in winter||past my sell by date||05/02/2015||0||G1|
|Under leaden skies on The Stob - a most shy & elusive Graham||Graeme D||08/06/2011||0||G1|
|Lochearn Corbetts ans Graham||davetherave||02/04/2011||0||C2G1|
|The Stob by Gleann Crotha - Braes of Balquidder.||MacAoidh||08/05/2010||0||G1|