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Stob Coire a'Chairn

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Stob Coire a'Chairn has a fine situation where the airy An Gearanach ridge meets the main spine of the Mamores. This area has some of the best ridgewalking in Scotland.

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Region: Fort William

Altitude: 981 metres

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Detailed route description and map

The Ring of Steall

Other routes and challenges

This part of the Mamores ridge could also be climbed from Kinlochleven - it is possible to ascend to the bealachs on either side. The route could be combined with Am Bodach and/or Na Gruagaichean.

The classic epic challenge for the hyper-fit is to traverse the whole Mamores ridge in a day - a major undertaking. There are eight Munros on or close to the main ridge itself, plus two eastern outliers which are traditionally included.

Walker-friendly accommodation in the area

Fort William Hotels

Fort William B&B

Fort William Cottages

Lochaber Hostels

Panoramic summit view (click to open)




Users' walk reports for Stob Coire a'Chairn

There are 3516 Walkhighlanders who have climbed Stob Coire a'Chairn. They have contributed 94 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
  06/05/2017  24 M4
  25/05/2017  23 M10
  13/04/2012  21 M4
  19/07/2011  20 M10
  04/10/2014  17 M4
  03/06/2016  15 M10
  16/06/2012  15 M10
  13/04/2012  13 M4
  26/05/2017  12 M4
  20/04/2012  12 M4
  29/04/2011  12 M8
  12/09/2012  10 M4
  11/09/2015  9 M10
  25/05/2017  8 M4
  30/07/2015  8 M10
  12/05/2012  8 M4
  16/08/2015  7 M4
  14/09/2014  7 M4
  23/08/2014  7 M6
  09/07/2013  7 M4
  28/05/2016  6 M10
  07/08/2015  6 M4
  09/07/2015  6 M4
  03/07/2015  6 M6
  22/01/2015  6 M4
  10/08/2012  6 M4
  24/07/2011  6 M4
  26/05/2017  5 M4
  14/10/2012  5 M4
  13/04/2012  5 M6
  26/06/2016  4 M4
  18/06/2016  4 M4
  20/03/2016  4 M4
  28/08/2011  4 M4
  28/06/2014  3 M4
  10/08/2013  3 M6
  10/06/2013  3 M4
  09/06/2012  3 M5
  16/08/2010  3 M10
  10/07/2017  2 M10
  26/03/2017  2 M4
  30/07/2016  2 M3
  02/06/2016  2 M5
  22/07/2015  2 M4
  23/08/2014  2 M5
  28/05/2014  2 M5
  22/08/2013  2 M3
  31/07/2013  2 M4
  13/07/2013  2 M4
  10/06/2013  2 M4
  22/09/2012  2 M4
  02/06/2012  2 M4
  29/05/2016  1 M4
  15/07/2015  1 M4
  09/06/2015  1 M4
  03/06/2014  1 M4
  12/05/2014  1 M4
  05/10/2013  1 M4
  23/02/2013  1 M4
  09/08/2012  1 M4
  17/06/2012  1 M4
  09/06/2012  1 M7
  31/03/2012  1 M9
  03/09/2011  1 M4
  12/07/2011  1 M6
  04/05/2011  1 M4
  06/11/2010  1 M4
  13/08/2010  1 M4
  03/05/2017  0 M4
  06/09/2016  0 M4
  15/08/2016  0 M9
  16/04/2016  0 M4
  05/09/2015  0 M8
  20/09/2014  0 M4
  24/08/2014  0 M4
  23/08/2014  0 M2
  13/07/2014  0 M4
  12/10/2013  0 M4
  23/08/2013  0 M4
  17/11/2012  0 M3
  27/10/2012  0 M3
  14/08/2012  0 M3
  12/08/2012  0 M4
  11/02/2012  0 M1
  05/09/2011  0 M4
  04/09/2011  0 M3
  14/08/2011  0 M4
  15/10/2010  0 M2
  24/09/2010  0 M4
  04/09/2010  0 M9
  15/08/2010  0 M6
  28/06/2009  0 M2
  03/06/2009  0 M6
  22/05/2008  0 M4

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