|Track length:||16.32 km|
|Total ascent:||1123 m|
|Total descent:||1123 m|
|Difficulty Level:||3/5 - Medium|
This two-day route can be adapted either as a short trip for a night at the tiny Lairig Leacach bothy at the foot of Stob Ban in the Grey Corries, or extended to include a more strenuous ascent of the fine peaks of Stob Coire Easain and Stob a'Choire Mheadhoin, together known as the Easains.
To complete the full round it’s necessary to leave a car at the car park at the north end of Loch Treig, at the end of the road signposted for Fersit, the usual setting off point for the traverse of these two Munros.
The starting point is at a small parking area at the end of a very rough and potholed track leading from Coirechoille, near Spean Bridge.
The track crosses the Allt Leachdach winding its way gently up through the Lairig Leacach ( the pass of the flagstones )
following the route of an old drove road from the Great Glen south over the pass and down until the shapely peak of Stob Ban (the white peak) comes into view with the bothy nestling below.
This is a popular stop for Munro baggers with sleeping platforms, always follow the Bothy Code.