The Aonachs are a group of hill called The Grey Corries this classic ridge walk on rocky terrain takes in 3 of them. This is a long days outing. The majority of the ridge is very well defined so route finding should be fairly easy. On a clear day the ridge walk offers excellent views of The Aonachs, Ben Nevis, Carn Mor Dearg on the west side, The Mamores on the south west & Stob Coire Easain on the east of this very mountainous part of the central highlands. ]]> 200 Waypoint 0 Dot 0 Dot 0 Dot 0 Dot 0 Forest 0 Dot 0 Waypoint 0 Dot 0 Dot 340 Dot 0 Dot 360 Forest 450 Waypoint 650 Dot 750 Dot 860 Dot 958 The Grey Corries. On the south lies the munro Stob Choire Claurigh and is connected by a elongated ridge approximately 2km long.]]> Waypoint 910 Dot 940 Dot 960 Dot 1120 Waypoint 1120 Dot 1177 Stob Ban Grey Corries, 1.5 km distant, over a col with a height of 803 metres. The twisting, high level south western ridge continues for 3 km over the “Munro Top” of Stob a’ Choire Lèith (1105 metres) to link to the Munro of Stob Coire an Laoigh. ]]> Summit 950 Dot 800 Waypoint 977 Summit 800 Dot 950 Waypoint 1177 Dot 1100 Dot 1105 The Grey Corries. On the east lies the munro Stob Choire Claurigh and is connected by a narrow ridge.]]> Waypoint 1030 Dot 1030 Dot 1079 Stob Coire an Laoigh on the west & Stob Choire Claurigh on the east along the main ridge.]]> Waypoint 1050 Dot 1106 The Grey Corries. Stob Coire Cath na Sine is usually climbed between the 2 munros Stob Coire an Laoigh on the west & Stob Choire Claurigh on the east along the main ridge.]]> Waypoint 1060 Dot 1060 Dot 1116 Grey Corries. Stob Coire an Laoigh has a trianglar looking summit with scree slopes and bolders. Stob Coire an Laoigh is positioned in the centre of the Grey Corries Ridge and has 3 ridges connecting. The north west ridge joins Stob Coire Easain (1080 metre), and to the north lies easy slopes lead down over Beinn na Socaich (1007 metres) dropping towards Coire Choimlidh which feeds the River Spean and the Caledonian Canal. The north east ridge links to Caisteal (1106 metres) and the south eastern ridge drops into Glen Nevis via Alt Coire Easain. ]]> Summit 1030 Dot 1030 Dot 1080 Stob Coire an Laoigh.]]> Waypoint 990 Waypoint 1007 The Grey Corries. Beinn na Socaich is usually climbed when on the western side of the ridge as it sits on the north-west end of the ridge.]]> Waypoint 900 Waypoint 850 Dot 650 Waypoint 280 Waypoint 210 Dot 210 Dot 210 Dot 0 Dot 0 Dot 0 Dot 0 Dot 0 Dot 200 Dot 200 Waypoint 0 Dot 0 Dot 0 Dot 0 Dot 0 Forest 0 Dot 0 Waypoint 0 Dot 0 Dot 340 Dot 0 Dot 360 Forest 450 Waypoint 650 Dot 750 Dot 860 Dot 958 The Grey Corries. On the south lies the munro Stob Choire Claurigh and is connected by a elongated ridge approximately 2km long.]]> Waypoint 910 Dot 940 Dot 960 Dot 1120 Waypoint 1120 Dot 1177 Stob Ban Grey Corries, 1.5 km distant, over a col with a height of 803 metres. The twisting, high level south western ridge continues for 3 km over the “Munro Top” of Stob a’ Choire Lèith (1105 metres) to link to the Munro of Stob Coire an Laoigh. ]]> Summit 950 Dot 800 Waypoint 977 Summit 800 Dot 950 Waypoint 1177 Dot 1100 Dot 1105 The Grey Corries. On the east lies the munro Stob Choire Claurigh and is connected by a narrow ridge.]]> Waypoint 1030 Dot 1030 Dot 1079 Stob Coire an Laoigh on the west & Stob Choire Claurigh on the east along the main ridge.]]> Waypoint 1050 Dot 1106 The Grey Corries. Stob Coire Cath na Sine is usually climbed between the 2 munros Stob Coire an Laoigh on the west & Stob Choire Claurigh on the east along the main ridge.]]> Waypoint 1060 Dot 1060 Dot 1116 Grey Corries. Stob Coire an Laoigh has a trianglar looking summit with scree slopes and bolders. Stob Coire an Laoigh is positioned in the centre of the Grey Corries Ridge and has 3 ridges connecting. The north west ridge joins Stob Coire Easain (1080 metre), and to the north lies easy slopes lead down over Beinn na Socaich (1007 metres) dropping towards Coire Choimlidh which feeds the River Spean and the Caledonian Canal. The north east ridge links to Caisteal (1106 metres) and the south eastern ridge drops into Glen Nevis via Alt Coire Easain. ]]> Summit 1030 Dot 1030 Dot 1080 Stob Coire an Laoigh.]]> Waypoint 990 Waypoint 1007 The Grey Corries. Beinn na Socaich is usually climbed when on the western side of the ridge as it sits on the north-west end of the ridge.]]> Waypoint 900 Waypoint 850 Dot 650 Waypoint 280 Waypoint 210 Dot 210 Dot 210 Dot 0 Dot 0 Dot 0 Dot 0 Dot 0 Dot 200 Dot