Stob Diamh is part of what is known as the Dalmally Horseshoe. This horseshoe includes the Munro Ben Cruachan and several other tops most of which are at Munro height making this a fantastic round. At 998m Stob Diamh is much smaller neighbouring Ben Cruachan but has a similar set up in the complexity of its ridge system.
Stob Diamh sits at the north east end of Cruachan Reservoir with fantastic views looking back to the Cruachan dam and further back to Loch Awe. This usual route of ascent starts from loch Awe and takes you up the southern face of Stob Diamh before taking Stob Diamh's western ridge to connect to Ben Cruachan.
There is a small amount of parking available at beginning of the access road to the Cruachan Dam in Loch Awe village