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Creag an Tuirc

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This high knoll overlooking Balquhidder offers superb views over the village and glen and is well worth the walk from the church and graveyard where Rob Roy is buried.

Ben Gullipen


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Ben Gullipen is situated on an open parallel ridge. These type of ridges are a direct result of the geological activity along the Highland Boundary Fault, which makes the natural and cultural transition between the Highlands and Lowlands.

Conic Hill


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Located on the eastern side of Loch Lomond and also on the Highland Boundary Fault Line, walkers leave the popular village of Balmaha for a short but fairly stiff climb to the top of Conic Hill, 361m high.

Gouk Hill


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Gouk Hill is a small but steep rise to the east of the town of Helensburgh on the western edge of the National Park.

Ben A’an


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Ben A’an Car Park Extension and Hill Path Upgrade Forestry and Land Scotland will begin works to extend the Ben A'an car park and upgrade the hill path from 28/09/2021 until December 2021 (depending on the weather). Visitors are being…

Beinn Dubh


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Located on the west side of Loch Lomond, the Glen Striddle hills offer a fine hike from the village of Luss and to the highest point, Beinn Dubh, at 657m.

Inchcailloch summit


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Inchcailloch is a small island located on Loch Lomond and accessible via a boat from Balmaha and the waterbus from Luss. The island is part of a National Nature Reserve and boasts lovely woodlands, a chance to spot wildlife and fantastic…

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