GLENCOE. Awesome scenery.
Glencoe's most famous mountain
Buachaille Etive Mor, Stob Dearg 1021m and Stob na Broige 956m
Dates: May - Sep 2021
The three sisters, Glencoe
Bidean nam Bian 1150m, Stob coire Sgreamhach 1072m
The "wee buachle".
Buachaille Etive Beag & Stob Corie Raineach.
Dates. flexible, April - October 2021
Time: 5-6 hours
Distance : 8km , 900m ascent.
These fine hills are a fantastic introduction to he Glencoe munros, with superb views on a clear day.
Starting from the heart of Glencoe the route takes us up a well maintained path before ascending to the bealach between the 2 munros. We then climb the first Munro of Stob Corie Raineach via a steep rocky path before returning to the bealach. The route then takes us to our second munro of the day via a wide ridge which eventually narrows before the final ascent to Stob Dubh. We then retrace or route, returning to the bealach before descending back to the Glen.
Creise 1100m & Meall a Bhuiridh 1108m
Dates: May-Sep 2021
Time: 5-7 hours
Distance: 10.5km 1093m ascent
These fine munros tower above the meeting point of Glencoe and Glen Etive with stunning views in all directions.The route starts from the white corries ski centre where we ascend the path below the chairlift before leaving the lifts behind to head up the wide slopes of Meall a Bhuiridh. The views from the summit across Rannoch moor are fantastic.The route then takes us along a rocky ridge to the broad spine of our second munro, Creise.
The views are impressive in all directions. We return by the retracing the outward route back over the ridge to the first peak and down through the ski centre.