Stob Daimh

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Stob Daimh (misspelt Diamh on some OS maps) is a fine peak, but is normally ascended as part of a circuit around Coire Cruachan with its majestic neighbour, Ben Cruachan. Another popular route is the Dalmally horseshoe, making an alternative circuit of the mountains eastern ridges.

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Region: Argyll

Altitude: 998 metres

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Detailed route description and map

Ben Cruachan and Stob Daimh circuit

Other routes and challenges

The Dalmally Horseshoe ascends Stob Daimh from the east, making a circuit around the Sron an Isean and Stob Garbh ridges. Including the Corbett Beinn a' Bhùiridh involves a steep and rocky ascent from the Lairig Torran; care is also needed on the descent from Monadh Driseig if descending to the east.

The super fit and very experienced can combine Stob Dàimh and Ben Cruachan with an ascent of Beinn a' Chochuill and Beinn Eunaich, though the descent and reascent into the Lairig Noe is on tricky terrain.

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)


Stob Daimh



Users' walk reports for Stob Daimh

There are 6031 Walkhighlanders who have climbed Stob Daimh. They have contributed 111 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.

Walk report AuthorDate walked LikesHills
  14/3/12  25 M5C8
  26/5/12  21 M2
  22/10/16  16 M4
  25/7/18  14 M2
  4/3/12  13 M2
  17/10/15  11 M4
  17/10/20  10 M1
  28/6/14  10 M6
  29/3/18  9 M7G1
  17/3/12  9 M2
  11/7/14  8 M2
  24/10/16  7 M2
  25/4/12  7 M2
  21/7/20  6 M2
  30/10/19  6 M1
  17/1/15  6 M2
  22/9/12  6 M2
  11/8/12  6 M2
  4/6/12  6 M2
  7/11/20  5 M2
  20/8/17  5 M3C1
  26/2/16  5 M2C1
  21/2/15  5 M2
  24/11/13  5 M2
  26/5/13  5 M3C1
  7/9/19  4 M1C1
  8/5/15  4 M2
  19/4/14  4 M2
  18/8/12  4 M2
  5/5/12  4 M2
  20/6/11  4 M2
  15/5/21  3 M2
  14/8/20  3 M1C1
  23/10/16  3 M1C1
  3/6/16  3 M4
  25/7/15  3 M2
  9/8/14  3 M10
  2/8/14  3 M2
  24/9/12  3 M2
  5/5/12  3 M2
  22/3/12  3 M2
  14/5/10  3 M2
  10/8/20  2 M4
  2/11/16  2 M1
  18/9/15  2 M4
  16/12/14  2 M2
  29/6/14  2 M2C1
  20/7/13  2 M2C1
  10/8/12  2 M2C1
  5/7/12  2 M2
  14/4/12  2 M2
  14/4/12  2 M2C1
  24/3/12  2 M2
  18/9/11  2 M2C1
  6/11/10  2 M4
  12/7/77  2 M2
  26/6/19  1 M4
  24/4/19  1 M2
  26/5/18  1 M4
  8/7/17  1 M2
  23/10/16  1 M2C1
  14/9/16  1 M2
  10/5/16  1 M3
  10/4/15  1 M4
  5/5/12  1 M2
  14/3/12  1 M2
  15/9/11  1 M2
  5/9/11  1 M2
  2/10/20  0 M2
  13/7/19  0 M2
  13/8/16  0 M2
  1/8/16  0 M1C1
  9/3/16  0 M1C1
  8/10/15  0 M2
  19/9/15  0 M2
  13/9/14  0 M2
  9/8/14  0 M2
  7/7/14  0 M2
  30/6/14  0 M2
  9/9/13  0 M2
  23/6/13  0 M2
  11/11/12  0 M2
  15/9/12  0 M2
  3/6/12  0 M2
  22/5/12  0 M2
  3/2/12  0 M2
  1/11/11  0 M2
  4/9/11  0 M2
  29/7/11  0 M2
  19/7/11  0 M2
  16/7/11  0 M2
  2/7/11  0 M2
  4/6/11  0 M2
  21/4/11  0 M2
  26/2/11  0 M2
  14/11/10  0 M2
  16/10/10  0 M2
  14/10/10  0 M1
  26/9/10  0 M2
  20/9/10  0 M2
  19/9/10  0 M2
  22/7/10  0 M2
  26/6/10  0 M2
  30/5/10  0 M2
  30/5/10  0 M2
  2/5/10  0 M2
  5/4/10  0 M3C1
  6/3/10  0 M2
  2/3/10  0 M2
  22/11/09  0 M2
  18/7/09  0 M2

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