Stob Ghabhar & Stob a'Choire Odhair - Bridge o..

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Aug 14

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16km, 8hrs, 1190m Ascent

Ever noticed those hills on the left as you pass North through Bridge of Orchy?  Well these are they, Stob Ghabhar & Stob a'Choire Odhair and hills worthy of conquest they are.

They form an excellent ridge walk, taking in a loop and summits of 1,090 and 945m, and help us in filling in our Munro block in Western Argyll.

While on the circuit we will take in views of further planned conquests to the North towards Glen Etive and Ben Starav and planned summits in Glencoe later in the year.  It should be a good day out.

If you fancy making a weekend of it, why not also join us for our Glen Orchy Corbetts walk on Sunday 15th August?

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Stob a' Choir'Odhair ridge seen end on.
Stob Ghabhar across Loch Tulla
Stob Ghabhar Route
Stob a' Choir'Odhair ridge seen end on.
Stob Ghabhar across Loch Tulla
Stob Ghabhar Route


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