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...with no ascent logs recorded by anyone, 04A: Fort William to Loch Treig and Loch Leven, Leven (Loch), Catchment Boundaries, Nevis, Logged Descriptions  (logged by 744 users, only the latest 50 shown -. Continue reading → Happy I was going upwards on this slope rather than downwards.Clear view of Glencoe Mountains including the serrated Aonach Eagach ridge with impressive view down Loch Linnhe Loch Leven Route: Aonach Eagach Ridge (Winter) (II) Climbers: Martin Camera used: Sony DSC-RX100M3 Date taken: 5th January 2021 The first real scrambling comes on the descent from Am Bodach. PREREQUISITES- A good level of hill fitness for the long days, and mixed terrain underfoot. 9 views. "Ring of Steall" in the Mamores "Ring of Steall" in the Mamores. Dan Bailey - Feb 10, 2004 10:40 am - Hasn't voted Untitled Comment. From Sgorr nam Fiannaidh, the most direct descent is to head south by southwest, down a steep zig-zag path leading by the side of Clachaig gully. There's a steep climb on a good path up the southeast ridge of Am Bodach. STRENUOUS- Difficult terrain, challenging ascents/descents,often away from footpaths. To add your own marker to the map, click on the appropriate symbol below the map, then click again at the location required on the map (using the crosshairs). The top of Am Bodach is rounded and not particularly interesting, apart from the views. With Alexander Gillies and Trevor Mann along new Glencoe road, then by spur to Am Bodach (3085ft) – Meall Dearg (3118ft) – Stob Coire Lèith (3080ft) – Sgòr nam Fiannaidh (3168ft). My preference is to head east to west which means, after the initial straightforward scramble up to Am Bodach, a tricky downclimb to access the ridge proper. Last hill of the day before the steep descent to Mamore Lodge and the road side. 8 hours. Clear all day - just the sound of some very vocal stags! Roblex: 13/10/2015: From Kinlochleven a round of Na Gruagaichean, NT, An Garbhanach, An Gearanach, Stob Coire a'Chairn, ST and Am Bodach. rhalstead From Am Bodach westwards there is NO safe way down into Glen Coe for several kilometres (though there are points at which you can safely descend N instead). From kinlochleven. Too wet and windy and foggy to manage more than one peak. With Sunny & Iain Ring of Steall - An Gearanach, Stob Coire a' Chairn, Am Bodach, Sgurr a'Mhaim Low cloud, no visibility. There was some snow on ridge but mainly soft and we roped only for descent from Am Bodach. From Sgorr nam Fiannaidh, the most direct descent is to head south by southwest, down a steep zig-zag path leading by the side of Clachaig gully. There is a final steep descent onto a narrow ridge leading to the Munro top of Stob Coire Leith after which it’s an easy ridge walk to the second Munro of Sgorr nam Fiannaidh. N.B. Use my current location. 2 Owing to the time taken to drive to Kinlochleven, walk 10km and climb over 900 metres, it was after 2pm by Route: Take the path behind the house of Allt-na-reigh up the grassy slopes of Am Bodach to the summit. Unregistered users can only view full size photos that have been added this month. The walk takes you up and over Stob Choire a Mhail and Sgur an Lubhar then on to Am Bodach. ACW round of sqor eilde beag, binnein mor, binnein mor south top, na gruagaichean, na gruagaichean nw top, an garbhanach, an gearanach, stob coire a chairn, stob coire a chairn south top, am bodach from kinlochleven. Tough climb to the summit on the 3rd of the ring of steel 4. Weather closing in. Rubbish visibility and howling wind/snow - still, zero other people about which was nice. PREREQUISITES- Previous experience of hill walking useful. Longer days with substantial ascent/descent. 9.064 miles. I am soon on Am Bodach summit. Descent. It’s possible to include trickier steps, but overall, it’s a great wee route for a blustery day as the approach and descent are straightforward. However, going anti-clockwise around the R-o-S not recommended because the drop NE from Am Bodach is very steep and loose and better ascended. Sgurr a' Mhaim lies on a subsidiary ridge to the north and was not included in the walk. We decided against descending out to this rocky outcrop on this occasion. Straight forward but steep and scree/bouldery ascent South from Stob Coire a Chairn. 17 Oct 2009. The path is steep and climbs 760 metres in 1.8 kilometres, so steady progress rather than rushing at it is the best approach. Max height (m) 943. A sudden descent starts the ridge traverse proper. This marks the end of the scrambling. Vicky and Dennis were first to make the sensible decision and turned back on the flat section before the final climb. The summit has a slightly flat top with a large cairn towards the southern end. The wind had also dried the usual slithery muck too. Once safely down this descent, the ridge is narrow with a few short scrambly sections but fairly straightforward with a good path as it … This page uses the Ordnance Survey OpenSpace APIwhich does not include Explorer (1:25000 scale) mapping. Departing the summit of Am Bodach, we descended the north east ridge on some rather rough and rocky ground to cross over the 816 bealach (i.e. Copyright © 1987-2021 by Peakbagger.com. From ... Descent from this last pinnacle requires a bit of thought. The summit area of Am Bodach may not be the most memorable, but the narrow steep ridge leading to its top and the descent that follows is likely to be more so. Show Map 12:00 12:00 This page has been served 38 times since 2005-01-15. IDEAS- Buachaille Etive Mor, Bidean Nam Bian, CMD Arete. Please quote the hill number and hill name. Mullach nan Coirean. Search for a place, autocomplete also includes a 'Use my location' option and your recent locations Search. Map Help, It was set on a relatively mild day with a south westerly gale that was almost gathered in by the hills around. The path sets off losing height gradually to the north-west, but in less than 200 metres the fun starts with the descent … Vicky and Dennis were first to make the sensible decision and turned back on the flat section before the final climb. From the summit cairn continue down the increasingly exposed ridge before the ridge suddenly drops … Rate this route (0) ROUTE METRICS. As a slip will here will send you bouncing for fifteen hundred feet. Mullach nan Coirean. The route starts with a well defined path that climbs the south-east shoulder of Am Bodach. As regards the descent from a'Mhaim, there is a well defined path leading roughly NW from the summit that rejoins the Mhusgain path about 0.5km from the car park. Sgurr a Mhaim left and Ben Nevis center from Am Bodach. Started at layby west of Allt-na-reigh, up Am Bodach, Meall Dearg, across the Aonach Eagach ridge, Stob Coire Lieth then Short nan Fiannaidh, descending alongside Allt nan t-Sidhein to the layby opposite the Clachaig junction. Glen Coe Descent off View north from A buttress on the Aonach Eagach Ridge mountain photos Aonach Eagach Speedwing Descent If only every sunrise in Scotland was like this. Recent places. Possibly better than the posted route, but better as an ascent? Almost all difficulties are between Meall Dearg and Stob Coire Leith, which is Aonach Eagach. Route. It blew the runners up the hill and then you could run down faster because it helped you stay up better. Most of the ridge is often done unroped, but the descent from Am Bodach, and the Pinnacles section demand care, and a rope adds security. *For information about access rights in Scotland see the ScotWays website.Please report via the contact page any logs you see below which describe or encourage acts of trespass. day 3 of our trip to cairngorms and monadliath mountains. Last hill of the day before the steep descent to Mamore Lodge and the road side. 8 hours. Clear all day - just the sound of some very vocal stags! From Kinlochleven a round of Na Gruagaichean, NT, An Garbhanach, An Gearanach, Stob Coire a'Chairn, ST and Am Bodach. CUHWC Roy Bridge trip. 6 western Mamores in a long day. GMC Weekend Me Geoff & Neil. Weather low cloud wind and rain. T & Bryn also staying at Glen Coe Ind, with Jim and Will from Borrodale nr Arisaig 3 Munros, pete walker, warwick cloudy but great - Ring of Steall. A short distance from the summit there is an awkward, sloping, slabby cliff to descend; it is steep but not excessively so, but there is a large drop from the ridge below it, and it can become very slippery in the wet. Loch Leven from Am Bodach with the weather clearing nicely. Some hill summits are on private property or on land where there is no public right of way. If you're in a group, be careful to give everyone enough space/time - don't hurry anyone here - a slip could be very nasty. ['Glen Coe',56.6777,-4.99233,'/public/geophotos/1009542.jpg'],['Descent off Am Bodach',56.6784,-4.99304,'/public/geophotos/812298.jpg'],['Am Bodach',56.6782,-4.99335,'/public/geophotos/1641008.jpg'],['Glen Coe',56.6769,-4.99031,'/public/geophotos/1009551.jpg'],['View north from Am Bodach',56.6769,-4.99015,'/public/geophotos/2927765.jpg'],['A buttress on the Aonach Eagach Ridge',56.6777,-4.99364,'/public/geophotos/2216312.jpg']. The track is then left and it is a steep climb north east to the top of Sgurr an Fhurain and then north to the summit of Am Bodach… If you can manage the initial descent westwards from Am Bodach, you can probably manage the whole ridge. Once 'the up' is done we get kitted up and pass the Chancellors seat before getting into the exciting stuff; the first exposed down climb. Truly Stunning and such an epic way to be out enjoying it. Questions/Comments/Corrections? (Please be considerate with your usage of the OS map pages, as there are daily limits), View on: Geograph  OS Maps  Streetmap  Magic  NLS  OSM, Full screen map The summit area of Am Bodach may not be the most memorable, but the narrow steep ridge leading to its top and the descent that follows is likely to be more so. The ridge took about 2.5 hours. ASCENT / DESCENT Off-Road . Suggestions on the UKClimbing forums include a sign in the bar of the Clachaig Inn, or at the Am Bodach car park. and licensed for reuse under this Creative Commons Licence. TERRAIN CALORIES CONFIGURE. Kinlochleven is still over an hour away down there. (Please be considerate with your usage of the Full Screen/Bing Maps pages, as there are monthly limits), Show all mountains within map bounds Descent from Am Bodach, the start of the Anoach Eagach ridge © Annaclaire16 DISTANCE 3894 ft | 3900 ft . Maps covering route of walk: OS Landranger 41. Descent. Am Bodach photos, Highland. The obvious 100m-long ridge is called Bodach Buttress (III, 4), which we climbed in four pitches with good stances. The hill has thin soil and grows a particularly mushy and sloppy moss so the descent is far from simple. Looking back to Stob Coire a Chairn & Am Bodach from An Gearanach. Initially it is fairly easily sloped, then onto some quartzite scree for 100m down, then really steeply angled zigzags straight down the NW ridge. after a nice and early breakfast, geoff (owner of b&b which we stayed in) gave us a lift to the start of the track going to a'chailleach. To view previously saved markers which fall within the bounds of the map, click the show link (you may need to repeat this if you zoom or pan away from the current position on the map). with Jeff. Up from CP by church in KLL then on LR track and along Allt Coire na Ba, then WNW across slope to Coire a'Bhodach and scramble up Am Bodach. Along ridge in cloud then down to Sgurr an Fhuarain. Steeply down to gate in deer fence, back along LR track. Adrian, Andrew, Jan, Jane, Rick, Torel. Am Bodach. Sgurr a' Mhaim lies on a subsidiary ridge to the north and was not included in the walk. © wfmillar Terrain: A relentlessly steep climb on a rocky path to the summit of Am Bodach, then a fine ridge walk with the final descent down The Devil's Staircase on the West Highland Way. / reset. Glen Nevis from Stob Ban. This is a steep scree slope … IDEAS- Am Bodach, Gearr Aonach, Ben Nevis. Disclaimer. Please choose your location from the nearest places to : Suggested places. There are two cairns here only 20m apart so I visit both and marvel at the superb views. Olly, Big John, Vicky and Dennis parked beside the Loch Quoich dam and attempted Gairich but all eventually turned back. An Gearanach, Stob Choire a Chairn, Am Bodach and the Devils Ridge to Sgurr a'Mhaim. From Sgorr an Iubhair on an anti-clockwise round of the Ring of Steall. Very steep on descent. http://www.walkhighlands.co.uk/Forum/viewtopic.php?f=9&t=22368, ring of steel - balls of steel lol very steep start. a descent from the col between Am Bodach and Sgurr an Iubhair leading to a path back to Kinlochleven. The view effected me greatly, I felt defeated. The top of Am Bodach is rounded and not particularly interesting, apart from the views. May 24, 2016 - On the first part of the steep descent from Am Bodach onto the Aonach Eagach ridge a few weeks back. This means ascending back up the glen by the river and on the road, but this is preferable to a long and gruelling ascent of Sgurr a‘ Mhaim. 159 Likes, 2 Comments - Paul. Forecast days. 17 Oct 2009. Note, some markers show photographer's position whilst others show photo subject location. Switch to Bing Maps view After a rest and taking in the breath-taking views we continue for approximately 500m down to the bealach and descend directly South down the steep scree slopes following the Allt an t Sidhein to Loch Achtriochtan. Whilst on my family holiday in Scotland last week, my friend Mike (who was on a Northern work trip with Boreal) came up to meet us for a couple of days. a descent from the col between Am Bodach and Sgurr an Iubhair leading to a path back to Kinlochleven. Site best viewed with screen area of 1024 by 768 pixels. Last hill of the day before the steep descent to Mamore Lodge and the road side. 8 hours. Clear all day - just the sound of some very vocal stags! Roblex: 13/10/2015: From Kinlochleven a round of Na Gruagaichean, NT, An Garbhanach, An Gearanach, Stob Coire a'Chairn, ST and Am Bodach. rhalstead The descent from Am Bodach and the traverse of the Chancellor is short and sharp and care/steady nerves are certainly required - some people would argue that this represents the "worst" part of the ridge. Happy I was going upwards on this slope rather than downwards.Clear view of Glencoe Mountains including the serrated Aonach Eagach ridge with impressive view down Loch Linnhe Loch Leven A fair descent from Am Bodach (1032m), and the next ascent brings us to our Bad Weather CP2, and the Munro summit of Stob Coire a’ Chairn (981m). This can't be over-emphasised. The original course record was interesting. This picture in no way reflects the exposure … Don't whatever you do consider descending south into Glencoe, at whatever point along the ridge - … With Bethan, Doug, Dave, Kirsty from cabins in Kinlochleven via Coire na h-Eirghe stalkers' path and west ridge. Persistent rain, high winds, high streams, snow on tops, the route suitable for all those conditions. 3rd peak of Winter round from Kinlochleven. Am Bodach had been set as the first target so we set off up the rising and steepening ridge to the main top. A fair descent from Am Bodach (1032m), and the next ascent brings us to our Bad Weather CP2, and the Munro summit of Stob Coire a’ Chairn (981m). This site is printer friendly. Scotland. If you're caught on the pinnacles at nightfall, keep going; don't try an early descent. As regards the descent from a'Mhaim, there is a well defined path leading roughly NW from the summit that rejoins the Mhusgain path about 0.5km from the car park. The west coast of Scotland holds some of the best scrambling anywhere in the UK, join us to experience the best of what is on offer in Glen Coe, Ben Nevis and Ardgour and let us give you memories that will be with you for the rest of your life! Guide books warn walkers not to attempt the descent from the 967m (3,173ft) Sgorr nam Fiannaidh via the gully, which rises directly above the Clachaig Inn. Today. The main ridge continues NE, dropping down a very steep ridge to the next … All Rights Reserved. I marvelled at how physical this feeling felt so took a photo to remind me of it. With Alexander Gillies and Trevor Mann along new Glencoe road, then by spur to Am Bodach (3085ft) – Meall Dearg (3118ft) – Stob Coire Lèith (3080ft) – Sgòr nam Fiannaidh (3168ft). Completed on Day 1 of Mamores traverse from Mullach nan Coirean to Binnein Mor. Getting tired by this point. Good views all round, especially to south. Ring of Steall 7 hours 25 minutes. On top just after noon, 3hr 35 mins after leaving Lower Falls car park. Steall waterfall in Glen Nevis beneath An Gearanach. The difficulties are a combination of exposure, knife edge ridge with numerous unavoidable pinnacles, poorly angled, … Am Bodach (Highland) weather. Descending Am Bodach #3 Don't let this picture distract from the seriousness of this descent. This 'path' is exceptionally steep and extremely loose in places, and has many small rock steps; it approaches close … Straight forward but steep and scree/bouldery ascent South from Stob Coire a Chairn. Summary:Famed as the narrowest ridge on the British mainland (though Liathach and An Teallach must run it close), the Aonach Eagach gives a thrilling and spectacular traverse for keen scramblers, linking the Munros of Meall Dearg and Sgorr nam Fiannaidh.Terrain:Hard, exposed scrambling along the ridge between Am Bodach and Stob Coire Leith - experience and a good head for heights is required.. Due to the unconsolidated snow, we made a couple of quick abseils to avoid the sketchy, slabby descents. Olly, Big John, Vicky and Dennis parked beside the Loch Quoich dam and attempted Gairich but all eventually turned back. Am Bodach photos, Highland. This nearly triples the distance of the usual traverse started by climbing Am Bodach (943m) and ended by the descent from Sgorr nam Fiannaidh. The descent from Am Bodach and the traverse of the Chancellor is short and sharp and care/steady nerves are certainly required - some people would argue that this represents the "worst" part of the ridge. The path sets off losing height gradually to the north-west, but in less than 200 metres the fun starts with the descent of a 20 metre rock buttress. Follow the edge of‘ the crags to the left of Am Bodach's cairn in a WNW direction. Competent summer scramblers have plenty of time to reverse the ridge and descend Am Bodach, saving a walk back up the glen. 7 - After the descent from the last pinnacle you’ll leave the Aonach Eagach ridge on some steep, slabby rock, which brings you to the Munro top of Stob Coire Lèith without any undue difficulties. Registration is quick and completely free. The safest descent from the west end of the ridge is not easy to find, particularly in the dark, under deep snow, or in poor visibility. Stob Ban ( 3278ft, 999m ) Stob Ban ( 3278ft, 999m ) Mullach nan Coirean . If you're in a group, be careful to give everyone enough space/time - don't hurry anyone here - … Logged-in registered users only...When you add a marker, a pop-up box should then appear on the map - fill in the elevation (if known) and a brief description of your marker, then click [save]. (@paul_abz) on Instagram: “Looking from the Stob Coire a'Chairn descent over to the steep and skitey face of Am Bodach (The…” Find a forecast. Am Bodach from the descent path. There was some snow on ridge but mainly soft and we roped only for descent from Am Bodach. At the top of Am Bodach, we put on our harnesses as I knew that soon thereafter there was a 20m rocky descent. Descending Am Bodach #3 Don't let this picture distract from the seriousness of this descent. As a slip will here will send you bouncing for fifteen hundred feet. 23 August 2006.Descending from Am Bodach.Looking back towards Am Bodah as two guys wait for an American couple to complete thier descent Permission should be sought from the landowner where access to a hill summit is through private land(*). Name: Am Bodach: Hill number: 180: Height: 941.9m / 3090ft: Parent (Ma): 178 Aonach Eagach - Sgorr nam Fiannaidh: Parent (SMC): 179 Aonach Eagach - Meall Dearg This is not quite the most difficult or exposed part, but it doesn't get much worse. Am Bodach is the 3rd Munro on the Ring of Steal if you are doing it Clockwise. Although some parties may opt to abseil, can you really say you’ve done the whole thing if you do? Looking towards Ben Nevis from the summit of Am Bodach: Looking along the ridge from Am Bodach: We saw the Chancellor, a short distance beyond Am Bodach. I took a compromise route by starting from the Pap and descending from Am Bodach. 2 – (NN 16838 58020) Its from the summit of Am Bodach that things really start to get exciting. Hover over the map markers to see associated photo. Glen Coe Descent off View north from A buttress on the Aonach Eagach Ridge mountain photos … A short distance from the summit there is an awkward, sloping, slabby cliff to descend; it is steep but not excessively so, but there is a large drop from the ridge below it, and it can become very slippery in the wet. We got a day pass out from my wife and headed for Glen Coe. The first real scrambling comes on the descent from Am Bodach. ...include all Tumps Am Bodach Walking route mapped by Baz Man 4 months ago Starts near Kinlochleven, GB SEARCH NEARBY. Competent summer scramblers have plenty of time to reverse the ridge and descend Am Bodach, saving a walk back up the glen. After the devils ridge the rest of the higher paths consist of steep ascents and descents over rocky scree ridden terrain. We then start our adventure up the east end of the ridge towards Am Bodach. Good weather and snow views. ...with no ascent logs recorded by anyone, Resize map: portrait / landscape ... Ben Nevis from An Gearanach. X. CALORIE CALCULATOR. From there a series of narrow ridges, scrambly ground and stunning views lead, via the Munro top of Meall Dearg, to … We then continue along the broad ridge towards Meall Dearg; before we start tackling the iconic pinnacles, this is where the heart begins to pound! I had 1 gel and 1 bar left for the top of Am Bodach to get me home. Full size version is only available to registered users Please Register as a New User or Login as Existing User to gain full access to all the photos on this site. Parked at Upper Glen Nevis car park, then followed the Ring of Steall. Duration 8 hours, weather very good with mostly cloud free tops, Ben Nevis was clear in the morning. Cloud thickened the longer the day progressed. Ring of Steall ACW from Lower Falls CP on a perfect September day. Magnificent views and interest throughout. Ring of Steall clockwise from Lower Falls car park. As part of reccie for Ring of Steall race (foul weather route) With Andrew Dyson on Ring of Steall walk. Ring of Steall clockwise - full winter conditions. Neve descent as hard to front point down, From Kinlochleven (parked by church), followed paths into Coire na Ba, continuing up slopes of Na Gruagaichean, reaching ridge S of summit, then along ridge to summit, onto NW summit, then Stob Coire a' Chairn, N to An Garbhanach and An Gearanach, returning to Stob Coire a' Chairn, followed ridge to S top then Am Bodach, then to col with Sgurr an Iubhair, dropping S to follow track down Coire na h-Eirighe to WHW then back to Kinlochleven, Ran the Ring of Steel race, tough but brilliant day out. 0 comments. The descent down its western flank is steep and forms the most difficult section of the whole traverse. the start and leaving the long descent to a lower point in the glen from the summit of Sgurr a‘ Mhaim until last. The direct ascent of Am Bodach starts at sea level at Kinlochleven, although it is possible to drive to and park at Mamore Lodge saving 200 metres of ascent, the track goes north west for one kilometre along the old military road to Fort William built by General Caulfield, which now carries the West Highland Way. Climbed with Andy Ravenhill of West Coast Mountain Guides, joined by Allan & Charlotte. 2 Owing to the time taken to drive to Kinlochleven, walk 10km and climb over 900 metres, it was after 2pm by the time the first survey point was reached. The penultimate summit and 3rd munro, Stob Coire A’Chairn, gave me my first view of Am Bodach. As we climbed the steep hillside from the road to the first top of Am Bodach the wind and rain picked up so our thoughts turn to plan B, which would have been a descent down Devil’s Staircase and a drink by a warm fire in the Kingshouse. Am Bodach is the 3rd Munro on the Ring of Steal if you are doing it Clockwise. 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