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Five easier Munro walks

Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park is home to 21 Munros – Scottish mountains with a summit of more than 3000ft. Many people enjoy “bagging” (ticking off) Munros by walking to the summits.

The 21 Munros in the National Park are:

  1. Ben More (1174m), Crianlarich
  2. Stob Binnein (1165m), Crianlarich
  3. Ben Lui (1130m), Tyndrum
  4. Cruach Ardrain (1046m), Crianlarich
  5. Ben Oss (1029m), Tyndrum
  6. Ben Challum (1025m), Tyndrum
  7. Beinn Ime (1011m), Arrochar
  8. An Caisteal (995m), Crianlarich
  9. Ben Vorlich (Loch Earn) (985m), Lochearnhead
  10. Beinn Dubhchraig (978m), Tyndrum
  11. Stuc a’ Chroin (975m), Lochearnhead
  12. Ben Lomond (974m), Balmaha
  13. Meall Glas (959m), Crianlarich
  14. Beinn Tulaichean (945m), Crianlarich
  15. Ben Vorlich (943m), Ardlui
  16. Beinn a’ Chroin (940m), Crianlarich
  17. Beinn Chabhair (933m), Ardlui
  18. Beinn Narnain (926m), Arrochar
  19. Sgiath Chuil (921m), Crianlarich
  20. Beinn a’ Chleibh (916m), Tyndrum
  21. Ben Vane (915m), Ardlui

Five easier Munros in the National Park

A walk to the top of any Munro requires a good level of fitness and navigational skills. It is also important that you know how to prepare yourself for changeable weather.

However, there are some Munros that are considered easier than others, perhaps because of the relative height gain from the walk start to the summit or because they have a well-trodden path to the top.

Ben Lui

Ben Lui can look a bit daunting at the start but once you have walked into the coire (a naturally curved hollow) a route slowly emerges that is fairly easy to navigate. The views from the summit on a clear day are truly breathtaking. Find out more information about the trail up Ben Lui.


View of Ben Lui from Ben Oss

Ben Vorlich (Loch Earn)

Ben Vorlich doesn’t pose too many problems for the seasoned walker and is a great mountain for people who are new to Munro bagging, so long as you have the right kit and navigational skills. It is located close to the Highland Boundary Fault and offers superb views across both the Highlands and Lowlands. Find out more information about the trail up Ben Vorlich.


Path up Ben Vorlich looking down Loch Earn

Beinn Ime

The tallest of the mountains in the Arrochar Alps, on a day of good weather the hike to the peak is relatively straightforward. From the bealach (narrow mountain pass) at the end of the glen the path becomes fainter and there is a little scrambling at the top but it should not pose too many problems. Find out more information about the trail up Beinn Ime.


Beinn Ime looking west

Ben Lomond

The most southerly Munro in Scotland, Ben Lomond is a very popular outing on a fine day. Walkers come from towns and cities across the central belt to walk up and down the “tourist” trail. If you want to avoid the masses, walk to the 974m top in the early morning, before everyone else arrives. Find out more information about Ben Lomond from the National Trust for Scotland and the trail up.


Ben Lomond looking north

Beinn Narnain

Another Arrochar Alps hike and one that can be paired with Beinn Ime for a challenging day out, Beinn Narnain on its own offers a great day of hiking. The easiest route to the summit is similar to that for Beinn Ime until the bealach, where you walk south-easterly over a series of false summits to reach the top. Read more information about Beinn Narnain.


Beinn Nairnan seen from The Cobbler

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