Stob Ban

Highland, Scotland

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About Stob Ban

Stob Ban is in the Highland area of Scotland, at the western end of the Mamores ridge. It is classified as a Munro with an elevation of 999 m (3,278 feet). Its pointed, sharp summit and the white quartzite rocks that compose it make it a highly distinctive sight when viewed from Glen Nevis below.

The craggy north-eastern face is a magnet for rock climbers, while the buttresses on the northern ridge are well-used by ice climbers in winter. For walkers, the usual approach is from Glen Nevis to the north, involving a steep ascent up the eastern ridge to the summit. Stob Ban is frequently climbed in conjunction with Mullach nan Coirean, a neighbouring Munro a little to the west.

Views from the summit include Ben Nevis, Aonach Mor and Aonach Beag.

Rock Climbing
Mountain Biking
Wild Camping
Wildlife Watching
Nature Photography
Highland, Scotland
Latitude: 56.747973, Longitude: -5.031077

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