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James Corrigan
wrote on May 6, 2012:
Started from Coileitir which is the starting point for Ben Starav group.After crossing the bridge, took a high line towards the Deer fence where there is a large style. Very boggy around this.Beware of sinking in as you step off.The ascent is through Birch and Alder Trees and is rough going.Another Deer fence is reached as the woods fade.Brutal ascent to Beinn Chaorach.Views of Ben Starav Loch Etive make it worthwhile.Views to Beiin Trilleach.Stob Dhub and Bidean improve as height is gained.Easy over to dramatic Coirie Glas,over the Burn and up smooth slopes to the sweeping towards the Cairn.
 
Peter Lang
wrote on September 17, 2007:
Ascend Beinn Chaorach SE via obvious gully in hillside above trees behind Coileitir. Cross bridge and turn left then take first gate in deer fence on right and faint path leads to corner fence/gully (easy to clamber through). Faint Path zig zags across stream as ascend steeply to 550m contour and angle eases slightly, stream/gully leads almost directly to Beinn Chaorach summit. Excellent views into Coire Glas as cross plateau to S.C.an A.summit (3hrs). highly rewarding after ascent.
 
Roger Vander Steen
wrote on August 28, 2007:
Black Mount Estate; permitted route during stalking 1st August to 20th October 2007, including weekends. Allt Mheuran, bealach at 163 433, then north to summit. Also continuation to Meall Tarsuinn and Meall nan Eun.
 
Joseph Buchanan
wrote on January 22, 2006:
Climbed along with Meall nan Eun then decended via Glen Ceiltein which was very boggy due to melting snow. Due to winter conditions it took just over 8 hours to complete. Take care when parking the car as each side of the car park is very boggy. I have had to tow people out on previous visits.
 
George Musgrave
wrote on June 12, 2005:
Very steep ascent on to Ben Chaorach before an easier leg on to Stob Coir' an Albannaich . Easier the leg on to Meall nan Eun . Headed back to road via Glen Ceitlein ( NW ) , not too bad a route - dry conditions .
 
Connall Greene
wrote on April 29, 2002:
I think if I were to climb Stob Coir' an Albannaich and Meall nan Eun again I would prefer to start with Meall nan Eun and then Stob Coir' an Albannaich.
 
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