Stob a'Choire Odhair and Stob Ghabhar which are the eastern peaks of the ranges between Loch Etive and Tullla. Despite a large loss of height between the these 2 mountains at the Bealach above Coire Toaig they are usually climbed together. Victoria Bridge is the starting point giving shortest access to the summit by following a track just before the Lodge leading west to reach a old metal hut (old schoolhouse). Follow a path on the east of the burn northwards about 2km from where a cairn marks the spot of a well crafted stalker path which twists up the western side of Coire Caolain Duibh. The path runs out of steam just before the summit where bouldery ground needs to be crossed giving access to the cairned top. From the summit head west descending along broad ridge to Bealach (668m) from where the ridge, which is narrow in places can be climbed that twists south-westerly above Aonach Eagach eventually leading to Stob Ghabhar's summit. Decent is made by the spur running south-south-east 300m to the south-east from the summit point and continuing down as the spur broadens to grassy slopes. Continue in the same direction and cross the Allt Toaig and rejoin the path of ascent route heading back the same way. From the summits on a clear day good view to be had