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Stob a'Choire Odhair

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Stob a'Choire Odhair may not be well-known by name, but it is a familiar sight as the dome-shaped mountain rising behind the lochs in the frequently-photographed view across Rannoch Moor. It is a fine viewpoint for looking out over the vast, wild emptyness of the moor.

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Region: Argyll

Altitude: 945 metres

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Detailed route description and map

Stob Ghabhar & Stob a'Choire Odhair from Victoria Bridge

Other routes and challenges

The classic long day hereabouts is the Black Mount traverse of four Munros. Start with Stob a'Choire Odhair and Stob Ghabhar before following ridges to Clach Liathad. From here Creise can be ascended, and then Meall a'Bhuiridh as the final summit before a descent to the ski-centre.

Walker-friendly accommodation in the area

Tyndrum and Dalmally Hotels

Tyndrum and Dalmally B&B

Tyndrum and Dalmally cottages

Argyll Hostels

Panoramic summit view (click to open)




Users' walk reports for Stob a'Choire Odhair

There are 3511 Walkhighlanders who have climbed Stob a'Choire Odhair. They have contributed 91 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.

Title AuthorDate walked LikesHills
  11/06/2015  37 M8
  14/04/2012  16 M2
  15/05/2016  13 M4
  02/07/2011  12 M2
  30/07/2015  9 M2
  06/10/2017  8 M2
  05/04/2015  8 M2
  13/06/2013  7 M1
  25/02/2018  5 M2
  03/09/2018  4 M7
  08/10/2017  4 M2S1
  25/08/2014  4 M4
  23/08/2014  4 M2
  31/07/2012  4 M2
  19/05/2012  4 M2
  08/07/2017  3 M2
  08/11/2014  3 M4
  01/10/2014  3 M2
  14/11/2011  3 M2
  20/08/2011  3 M2
  22/04/2011  3 M4
  21/04/2017  2 M2
  21/10/2016  2 M2
  26/05/2016  2 M2
  22/08/2015  2 M4
  13/05/2015  2 M2
  13/07/2013  2 M7
  22/06/2013  2 M2
  25/05/2013  2 M6
  01/07/2011  2 M2
  28/06/2011  2 M2
  05/03/2011  2 M4
  28/05/2018  1 M4
  17/07/2017  1 M2
  07/06/2017  1 M2
  03/05/2017  1 M2
  21/04/2016  1 M1
  14/06/2015  1 M2
  11/06/2015  1 M2
  18/04/2015  1 M2
  14/07/2014  1 M2
  04/05/2014  1 M3
  29/04/2014  1 M2
  20/09/2012  1 M1
  26/07/2011  1 M2
  04/07/2011  1 M2
  07/05/2011  1 M2
  03/01/2011  1 M1
  27/11/2010  1 M2
  09/10/2010  1 M2
  09/10/2010  1 M2
  12/05/2010  1 M2
  11/08/2018  0 M1
  30/11/2017  0 M7
  27/10/2017  0 M2
  04/09/2016  0 M2
  23/05/2016  0 M2
  15/05/2016  0 M1
  23/08/2015  0 M2
  30/06/2015  0 M4
  08/06/2015  0 M2
  19/01/2014  0 M1
  13/07/2013  0 M2
  25/05/2013  0 M1
  20/09/2012  0 M1
  09/09/2012  0 M2
  04/06/2012  0 M2
  19/05/2012  0 M2
  22/04/2012  0 M2
  22/04/2012  0 M2
  15/04/2012  0 M2
  13/04/2012  0 M2
  17/03/2012  0 M2
  02/03/2012  0 M2
  02/02/2012  0 M2
  06/11/2011  0 M2
  16/04/2011  0 M2
  16/04/2011  0 M2
  23/10/2010  0 M2
  16/10/2010  0 M2
  13/10/2010  0 M2
  09/10/2010  0 M2
  12/09/2010  0 M2
  18/07/2010  0 M6
  12/06/2010  0 M2
  18/04/2010  0 M1
  18/04/2010  0 M1
  12/10/2009  0 M2
  12/08/2009  0 M2
  05/07/2009  0 M2
  18/04/2009  0 M4

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