Stuchd an Lochain's summit from the east

Stuchd an Lochain

Munro peak above Loch an Daimh

In a remote area near the western end of Glen Lyon, the summit of Stuchd an Lochain perches above grass-covered crests and slopes leading down to the Loch an Daimh reservoir below.

Stuchd an Lochain

Meaningpeak of the little loch
ListsMunro, 197
LocationGlen Lyon west, Rannoch Moor to Loch Tay
Grid RefNN483448
Lat/Lon56.57106, -4.47132

Situated between Glen Lyon and Gleann Daimh, Stuchd an Lochain rests in a remote location with its summit cairn perched above Loch an Daimh.

The most often climbed route up Stuchd an Lochain is a there-and-back hike from the Giorra Dam at the eastern end of Loch an Daimh. Typically taking 3-4 hours, this leaves plenty of time in the day to aim up Meall Buidhe on the opposite side of the loch.

Stuchd an Lochain can also be bagged from Pubil immediately to the south in Glen Lyon. Although this is a rougher approach with more ascent, it allows the option to hike over the nearby Corbett peaks of Meall Buidhe and Sron a'Choire Chnapanich.

Routes up Stuchd an Lochain

Loch an Daimh Munros (and a Corbett)

Stuchd an Lochain, Meall Buidhe and Cam Creag are two Munros and a Corbett surrounding Loch an Daimh at the western end of Glen Lyon. These peaks are not far from the populated areas of Stirling and Perth, yet the remote location makes a hike over the hills very memorable.

Peaks : 2 Munros, option of 1 Corbett

Ascent : 1335m (4380ft)
Distance : 17km (11m)
Time : 6:40hr

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