Munros: Ben Lomond

As iconic Scottish landmarks go, Loch Lomond is second only to perhaps Glencoe as the countries favourite beauty spot. The national park hosts a great deal more visitors than any other destination in the country. One of a handful of busy trails belonging to the park, the mountain half-way up the loch is a major visitor draw for very good reason. At 974 meters high, Ben Lomond is far from the roughest and most difficult Munros to summit, but it is more than a tame hill walk too. Navigation and access are easier here than almost anywhere else in the country, but a reasonable level of fitness and a little… Read More

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