Stob Dearg

Located at the eastern end of the Pass of Glencoe in Highland Council Area, on property owned by the National Trust for Scotland, Stob Dearg (rises to a height of 1021m / 3351 feet) is the higher of the two peaks of the 4½ mile (7 km) ridge of Buachaille Etive Mor. It is classified as a Munro and the summit is marked by a very large cairn. The name Stob Dearg is derived from Gaelic for "red peak". The exceptionally steep eastern slopes are cut through by gulleys with substantial buttresses between.

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