Your National Park adventure begins in Callander

Walks around Callander and the Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park

Hard walks

These are serious climbs - do not undertake lightly - especially in winter conditions

Tyndrum Area:

Callander Area:

Ben Dorain – 5.5 miles linear. height 3550. hard in winter. Navigation awkward in poor visibility.

Ben Ledi hillwalk – 5 miles, 2800 ft. forest / hill tracks. Rough stony/ peat. Strenuous.

Ben Lui – 7 or 12 miles, height 3700ft. 2 Munroes and fabulous views. Scrambling options.

Ben Venue hillwalk – 5 or 7 mile. Forest track / open hill track. Wet. Strenuous.

Ben Oss & Dhubchraig – a walk through Caledonian pines for a great view of Ben Lui.

Stuc a Chroin via Ben Each from Ardchullerie Mor. Very strenuous.

Killin Area:

Ben Challum – An often neglected mountain with great views of the whole Tyndrum mountain arena. 8 miles, 6 hours or less.

Ben Lawers – 5 miles, 3990 ft. Conservation tracks, unmarked hill tracks. Strenuous.

Stob Ghabhar – Spectacular circular route with views over Rannoch moor. 9.5 miles. Testing but very enjoyable!

Lawers-An Stuc ridge. A very strenuous ridge – severe in winter – hard in summer.

Ben Achallader and Beinn a Chreachain – A testing 12 mile walk with great views over Rannoch Moor.

Meall Corranaich – 2 easy Munroes and the best view of the Lawers ridge you’ll ever see.

Crianlarich Area:

Tarmachan Ridge – Excellent ridge walk about 8 miles. Strenuous, scrambling in places.

Stobinian from Inverlochlarig – A circular walk from Balquhidder glen including 3 peaks over 3000 feet – 8 miles.

Kirkton Glen to Glen Dochart – 7 m one way / 14 m return. Forest track/steep hill track.

Ben More & Stobinian – 10 miles Circular, 4 peaks. Difficult. Total ascent 4500ft. Very strenuous.

Loch Lomond / Arrochar Alps:

Cruach Ardrain and Tulaichean from Balquhidder Glen. An interesting and scenic walk & some steep scrambling.

Ben Lomond - 7 miles, 3250 ft. Hill tracks / open hillside. Strenuous.

Stob a Choin (from Balquhidder Glen) An oft neglected but badly under-rated hill

The Cobbler (Ben Arthur) 5.5 miles, 2946 ft. Steep scrambles, rocky, care required. Strenuous.

Bein Narnain. 5.5 miles, steep, some scrambling. Care required. Optional extended walks.

Ben Vane (Lomond) 8 miles. A fairly easy ascent to Munro level. Scrambling near summit.

Ben Vorlich (Lomond) 6 miles. Interesting series of small tops leading to Vorlich. Navigation tricky in poor visibility.

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