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Ben Challum (1,025m)

Posted in Munros by public transport

Approaching this mountain on the A82, you might not think much of the vast grassy slopes. Indeed when seen form the Glen Lochay side it looks more classically inspiring.

Beinn Chabhair (933m)

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A superb hike, especially on a fine day, the peak of Beinn Chabhair is reached via a steep eroded path beside the dramatic waterfalls of the Ben Glas Burn and then a series of many ups and downs as you gradually…

Ben More (1,174m)

Posted in Munros by public transport

There are four Munros in Scotland with the name More (meaning ‘big’ in Gaelic), the others being Ben More on the Isle of Mull, Ben More Assynt in Sutherland and Bynack More in the Cairngorms. Inside the National Park, Ben More…

Ben Vorlich (943m)

Posted in Munros by public transport

Also in the Arrochar Alps and the most northerly, Ben Vorlich provides a great day of hiking from Ardlui, if reached by public transport (the other easier alternative would be from Inveruglas via the Loch Sloy dam road).

Beinn Ime (1,011m)

Posted in Munros by public transport

The highest peak in the so-called Arrochar Alps to the west of Loch Lomond and one of several Munros, Beinn Ime offers a superb walk from the shore of Loch Long.

Ben Lomond (974m)

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Situated on the eastern shore of Loch Lomond and at the gateway to the Highlands, Ben Lomond’s claim to fame is that it’s the most southerly of the Munros (Scottish mountains with a summit of more than 3,000ft or 914.4m).

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