The Map below shows the route onto Ben
More and Stob Binnein. Most hikers go up
Ben More, head south to Stob Binnein, then
return down the valley between Ben More and
Stob Binein onto the old farm road. The
route down the valley is a bit soggy, so
some hikers go back over Ben More.
The low point between the two mountains
is about a 1,000ft / 305m below the
The East side of Ben More is dangerous,
so avoid going near that side.
You can also take in Stob Coire an
Lochan, and Meall na Dige, that are sub
peaks of Stob Binnein.
You can also hike across the whole range
to the hiking car park at Loch Doine. That
is a good hike if you get dropped off and
picked up, or use two cars. It is about 27
miles to drive from Crianlarich round to
the hiking car park at Loch Doine. Road
Make sure and take an Ordnance Survey
Map and Compass on these hikes, and know
how to use them, as in cloud, these
mountains can be deadly. In Winter, make
sure you have Crampons and an Ice Axe, and
know how to use them.
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