Stuchd an Lochain lies to the south of Lochan an Diamh. It is an impressive Munro with a superb rocky north face. The summit forms an arc around Lochan na Cat an excellent little high up Lochan adding a bit of character to the hill. Stuchd an Lochain is the most southern Munro the Rannoch and Glen Lyon hills.
The summit is the intersection of 3 rocky ridges.
The normal approach is from the east end of Lochan na Diamh near the impressive hydroelectric dam climbing Sron Chona Choirein first before tackling Stuchd an Lochain via its eastern ridge. The fit walkers among you can extend your day on the hills by including the Munro Meall Bhuidhe in your day. This Munro sits at the opposite side of Lochan na Daimh and is accessed by following a series of low level ridges round the western end of the lochan.
Overall Stuchd an Lochain is a superb hill with its fantastic rocky north face being its best feature. This is well seen from Meall a Bhuidhe to the North. Parking is available for the walk at the head of the private road leading to the hydro electric dam