Loch Treig MunrosThe imposing peaks of Stob a'Choire Mheadhoin and Stob Coire Easain above the western shore of Loch Treig are commmonly refered together as "the Easains". On the other side of the loch, Stob Coire Sgriodain's craggy summit sits above a dramatic drop directly above Loch Treig, hiding the vast grassy expanse of Chno Dearg.
Main route summary
Stob a'Choire Mheadhoin and Stob Coire Easain are high grey peaks with bouldery summits that have a lovely ridge up to and between them. Chno Dearg and Stob Coire Sgriodain on the opposite side of Loch Treig the east side couldn't be more different - there are long grassy and heathery slogs to reach the summits.
The craggy Corbett peaks of Sgurr Innse and Cruach Innse can be combined with 'the Easains', starting and finishing from Corriechoille.
Stob a'Choire Mheadhoin (1105m, M46)|
Stob Coire Easain (1115m, Munro 39)
Chno Dearg (1046m, Munro 86)
Stob Coire Sgriodain (979m, Munro 173)
Cruach Innse* (857m)|
Sgurr Innse* (809m)
*See 'Alternative Routes' below
walk : 11:10hr*, run : 6hr
*Naismith's rule : 4km/h distance + 600m/h ascent
(grid ref : NN350782)
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|Meanings||Stob a'Choire Mheadhoin : 'peak of middle coire'
Stob Coire Easain : 'peak of coire of little waterfall'
Chno Dearg : 'red hill'
Stob Coire Sgriodain : 'peak of the coire of scree'
Cruach Innse : 'hill of the meadow'
Sgurr Innse : 'peak of the meadow'
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