- on the north over Meall a'Bhuiridh & Creise, and Glen Coe beyond
- Ben Starav and The Etive Hillson the south west
- In the distance to the south Ben Lui & The Tyndrum Hills
- On the south west The Bridge of Orchy Hills]]>
170 Bridge 177 Forest 175 Dot 175 Dot 180 Forest 180 Dot 185 Waypoint 195 Dot 210 Dot 220 Dot 230 Dot 300 Dot 450 Waypoint 945 Stob Ghabhar which is one of the finest mountains in the southern highlands. Stob a' Choire Odhair's summit stands at the meeting of three ridges. Its western ridge links to the Munro of Stob Ghabhar which lies 3 km away via a bealach at 668 metres. The north eastern ridge drops very steeply to the moorland of the Black mount and Rannoch Moor. The south eastern ridge links to the mountains subsidiary peak of Beinn Toaig (834 metres) via a col with a height of 802 metres. Beinn Toaig also has a long NE ridge which runs parallel to the one of Stob a' Choire Odhair. There are two corries either side of the 802 metre col, to the north is Coire Odhair while to the south of the col is Coire Toaig which has a very good stalkers track up it which leads directly to the main summit. Stob a' Choire Odhair along with Stob Ghabhar are well seen from the A82 road as it crosses the western end of Rannoch Moor and they are often climbed together and make a natural days walk. ]]> Summit 850 Waypoint 730 Dot 668 Waypoint 690 Dot 710 Waypoint 770 Dot 800 Dot 980 Waypoint 991 Dot 1000 Dot 1010 Dot 1000 Dot 1090 Stob a'Choire Odhair with which Stob Ghabhar is usually climbed with. Stob a'Choire Odhair is linked to Stob Ghabhar via a twisting ridge called Sron na Giubhas on the east by a bealach at 668 metres. Access is usually from the bealach on the ridge to the east connecting to Stob a'Choire Odhair and a scramble over east south east ridge, Anonach Eagach.]]> Summit 1000 Dot 1010 Waypoint 900 Dot 800 Dot 600 Dot 450 Waypoint 300 Dot 230 Bridge 220 Dot 210 Dot 195 Dot 185 Dot 180 Dot 180 Dot 175 Dot 175 Dot 170 Dot 170 Bridge 177 Forest 175 Dot 175 Dot 180 Forest 180 Dot 185 Waypoint 195 Dot 210 Dot 220 Dot 230 Dot 300 Dot 450 Waypoint 945 Stob Ghabhar which is one of the finest mountains in the southern highlands. Stob a' Choire Odhair's summit stands at the meeting of three ridges. Its western ridge links to the Munro of Stob Ghabhar which lies 3 km away via a bealach at 668 metres. The north eastern ridge drops very steeply to the moorland of the Black mount and Rannoch Moor. The south eastern ridge links to the mountains subsidiary peak of Beinn Toaig (834 metres) via a col with a height of 802 metres. Beinn Toaig also has a long NE ridge which runs parallel to the one of Stob a' Choire Odhair. There are two corries either side of the 802 metre col, to the north is Coire Odhair while to the south of the col is Coire Toaig which has a very good stalkers track up it which leads directly to the main summit. Stob a' Choire Odhair along with Stob Ghabhar are well seen from the A82 road as it crosses the western end of Rannoch Moor and they are often climbed together and make a natural days walk. ]]> Summit 850 Waypoint 730 Dot 668 Waypoint 690 Dot 710 Waypoint 770 Dot 800 Dot 980 Waypoint 991 Dot 1000 Dot 1010 Dot 1000 Dot 1090 Stob a'Choire Odhair with which Stob Ghabhar is usually climbed with. Stob a'Choire Odhair is linked to Stob Ghabhar via a twisting ridge called Sron na Giubhas on the east by a bealach at 668 metres. Access is usually from the bealach on the ridge to the east connecting to Stob a'Choire Odhair and a scramble over east south east ridge, Anonach Eagach.]]> Summit 1000 Dot 1010 Waypoint 900 Dot 800 Dot 600 Dot 450 Waypoint 300 Dot 230 Bridge 220 Dot 210 Dot 195 Dot 185 Dot 180 Dot 180 Dot 175 Dot 175 Dot 170 Dot