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Sron A Chlachain (Gaelic = nose of the village)

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Length: 1m / 2km.
Start: McLaren Hall car park, Killin

Very steep Sheep track. Boots or strong shoes (some wet bits).

At the rear of the McLaren hall car park, walk over Breadalbane Park and onto the hill via the gate in the south west corner. A track leads straight up the hill through the bracken to a stile at the edge of the oak wood. Cross the stile and continue uphill on the obvious track, which veers slowly left towards the summit.

This one can be a bit of a scrabble and near the top is wet in places but the views along Loch Tay and towards Ben More and Stobinian to the west are a well deserved reward.

Don't be tempted to descend by the north slope as there are unseen hazards unless you know the way.

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