Stob Coire Sgriodain is a fantastic Munro rising sharply from the eastern banks of Loch Treig. The summit lies within craggy outcrops. There are two ridges running north and south. The north ridge leads down gently slopes to Glen Spean. This is the normal route of ascent. The south ridge (running south before turning east) follows the rim of Coire an Lochain to a low col before heading on to the summit ridge of neighbouring Munro Chno Dearg.
Without a doubt the best aspect about Stob Coire Sgriodain is the unrestricted views you get right down Loch Treig. The loch takes on a fjord like appearance and is definitely a sight to behold.
The most common approach is from Fersit to the north where there is ample parking. You can also approach from Corrour Halt on the Western Highland Line in the south should you wish to take the train in.