Stob Dubh

Rising to a height of 958m (3143 feet) in Highland region. Stob Dubh is the higher of the two peaks of Buachaille Etive Beag at the eastern end of Glencoe. Qualifying as a Munro, it is located at the southwest end of the ridge within the 4858 ha (12,800 acre) Glencoe and Dalness property of the National Trust for Scotland. The name Stob Dubh is derived from the Gaelic for "black peak". There is another Stob Dubh 3 miles (5 km) to the south southwest.

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