Click for details, Hear pronunciation Press to hear pronunciation. All the walking routes up Stob Ban on Mud and Routes can be found below. The path through this corrie leads to the ridge between Sgorr an Iobhair and Stob Ban, then continues W to the summit. Stob Bàn is a mountain situated in the Lochaber region of Highland, Scotland, 16 kilometres east of SummitLynx. It climbs at a steady angle but fairly relentlessly, soon passing through another gate and then beneath the southwest ridge of Sgurr a Mhaim, and keeping a fair distance above the stream in its deep ravine. Good to get out with fellow instructors Max and Lena today on the familiar East ridge of the north summit of Stob Ban a good and varied grade 2 mountaineering ridge. Stob Bàn (Mamores) Climbing Notes. Region. Head right along this, forking left downhill when a junction is reached. When we reached the top, we were rewarded with fantastic views in each direction: From the east, thick clouds were bringing snow to the mountains in their way. The western slope turned into a cliff, and eventually, the Stob Ban's summit came in sight: The last section of the ascent was a tad steep at places, but the path wasn't challenging. The west was more clear and colorful. The clouds gradually receded, the light turned that wonderful shade of gold that you only see during autumn in the Highlands, and the peaks all around me were picked out in sharp relief against the sky. Seen from Glen Nevis the distinctive summit cone of Stob Ban tops three buttresses. Summit to smile about..... Leachdach bothy beneath Stob Ban 13.05.14. It then traverses the east flank of the glen before climbing again in more zig-zags by a fine waterfall. Central Buttress features three gully lines, a rocky rib and an arête all giving good winter climbs on broken rock. Stob Ban is one of the finest peaks in the Mamores, its quartzite summit giving magnificent views. South Buttress has several good winter gully climbs. Near the western end of the Mamores range, Stob Ban is a rugged Munro peak. At the sharp bend ahead, take the good path which descends more directly through the trees to return to Achriabhach. Over the last few days the snow line had pushed up the mountains a bit and it felt a bit warmer walking … Stob Bàn is a Scottish mountain situated at the western end of the Mamores ridge, five and a half kilometres north-west of Kinlochleven. It is mandatory to procure user consent prior to running these cookies on your website. We slogged the 370 vertical metres first between picking up the rucksacks and the summit. The path now becomes very boggy and descends steeply by the fence towards the Allt a' Choire Riabhaich. The Grey Corries form an impressive ridge between the Aonachs and the Easains and are usually tackled as a circular route from Spean Bridge. The summit of Stob Ban, 977m: I watched the sun set from the summit. The publication on "High STOP-Bang score indicates a high probability of obstructive sleep apnea" receives accolade on World Anaesthesia Day. The fine peak of Stob Ban is dwarfed by it's lofty neighbours, but it is a fine prominent peak. South Buttress has several good winter gully climbs. location only) Walk Route Description. Ignore the stile and continue down to the left of the fence. Region: Fort William. The fine peak of Stob Ban is dwarfed by it's lofty neighbours, but it is a fine prominent peak. Users' Rating: Currently 4.37/5. The crest of the ridge leads down to eventually reach a fence and stile at 642m. This video is unavailable. Near the bottom cross a stile and follow a thankfully much drier path through some attractive native birchwoods and then through a felled area to gain a forest track. Route Map Walk Grading. On the sharp and snowy upper part of the north ridge of Stob Ban, in the Mamores, Scottish Highlands, with three people starting up a rocky prominence on the ridge; the actual summit rises beyond, with a distant Bidean nam Bian (Glencoe) summit ridge framed between that and the nearer prominence -- Easter Sunday, 6 April, 1980 N.B. The gradient eases onto the summit of Stob Ban, which is a spectacular viewpoint; Ben Nevis looks its full height above the glen, whilst looking east the other Mamores peaks in view look magnificent. Selective Call Rejection. This becomes a path and keeps to the east side of the Allt Coire a'Mhusgain. Stob Ban: Hill number: 314: Height: 977m / 3205ft: RHB Section: 04A: Fort William to Loch Treig and Loch Leven: County/UA: Highland (UA) Region test: HC01 Nevis-easain: Catchment: Lochy: Class: Marilyn, Hump, Simm, Munro, Murdo, Yeaman (Ma,Hu,Tu,Sim,M,Mur,Y) Grid ref: NN 26672 72386: Summit feature: cairn: Drop: 174m: Col: 803m NN264729 : OS map sheet(s): (1:50k) 41 (1:25k) 392 The top can be identified by the cairn. A very fine ridge traverse links it to its westerly neighbour Mullach nan Coirean, giving an excellent circuit. -VÀii } v À "LÃÌÀÕVÌ Ûi - ii« « i> Ask your patient to answer the following questions to determine if he or she is at risk of obstructive sleep apnea. Turn right along the road to return to the car park at the start. There is no feedback for this climb. Feedback Always Hide βeta. Bus service May to September runs up Glen Nevis to Polldubh car park. Mamores. Stob ban is a 4,825 m less popular black singletrack trail located near Fort William. Stob Ban summit - my sort of easy scramble. Stob Ban is one of the finest peaks in the Mamores, its quartzite summit is linked by very fine ridge traverse to its westerly neighbour Mullach nan Coirean - my next port of call. Time - 9 hours 20 minutes. This site is part of the Mud and Routes family, we run the following websites. Stob Bàn (Grey Corries) Climbing Notes. Walk Photo 309504. Description. Use back button to return to the photo gallery lists. Ticklists. Summit feature: large cairn: Drop: 237.1m: Col: 762.6m NN 1567 6538 : OS map sheet(s): (1:50k) 41 (1:25k) 392: Survey: Leica Disto D510/Leica RX1250: Change log: show changes for this hill entry : GPS data: show GPS entries for this hill: Show Map (Please be considerate with your usage of the OS map pages, as there are daily limits) View on: Geograph OS Maps Streetmap Magic NLS OSM. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. It … We climbed it from the Kinlochleven side by crossing Sgurr an Iubhair first, then climbing Stob Ban by its east ridge from the col between Stob Ban and Sgorr an Iubhair. Overview; Photos 1; North Ridge ; 999m. The East facing cliffs above Coire a' Mhusgain offer some interesting looking descents, but the main draws are the deep gullies (South Gully and North Gully) either side of the main summit. Don't take the left hand path leading up beside the River Nevis itself, but instead take the right hand track through a gate. Region: Fort William. Length - 9.0 miles / 14.6 km. A good path heads up Stob Ban's east shoulder and another heads north from Stob Ban's summit to connect onto the main Grey Corries ridge. Summit of Stob Ban, not as pointy as it looks from below! Stob Bàn Images : SummitPost.org : Climbing, hiking, mountaineering Stob Ban is a summit in the region or range in Scotland. 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