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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.

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Dumgoyne Hill

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Sitting on the edge of the National Park, above Glengoyne Distillery, Dumgoyne is an easily identifiable hill which offers fantastic panoramic views of the surrounding area.

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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.

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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.

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Ben A’an

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A recently-upgraded path easily leads walkers from a car park on the A821, on the banks of pretty Loch Achray, to reach the 454m summit of Ben A’an.

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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 Dhub, at 657m.

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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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