Top 10 Walks: Loch Lomond & The Trossachs: Mountain Walks



WITH MORE THAN FORTY MOUNTAINS over 2,500 feet spread across the Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park, it is tricky to choose just ten favourites. This careful selection aims to illustrate the rich diversity of mountain walks within the National Park.

Classic Munros such as Ben Lomond and Stob Binnein are all visited, while other peaks are combined with near neighbours to provide more challenging walks. 

Enjoy the ten best circular walks exploring the mountains and beinns of the lovely Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park.

Featured walks include:

  1. Ben Lomond (Ptarmigan Ridge),
  2. Ben Donich,
  3. The Cobbler,
  4. Ben Vorlich,
  5. An Caisteal,
  6. Cruach Ardrain,
  7. Beinn Odhar,
  8. Stob Binnein,
  9. Ben Venue
  10. Ben Ledi



The Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park straddles the Highland Boundary Fault Line and consequently has a magnificent display of rugged mountains, many rising to over 3,000 feet above sea level.

All within easy reach of Scotland’s Central Belt, many of these mountains are regarded as classics, offering exceptional walking, spectacular scenery and plenty of wildlife. Even the mountains that are lower than the ever-popular Munros bestow a day out to rival anywhere else in Britain.

Add this to 720 square miles of a National Park that boasts 40 mountains over 2,500 feet in height – including some of Scotland’s most iconic Munros and Corbetts – plus breathtaking scenery, wonderful wildlife and some of Scotland’s finest walks, and you’ve got a book of the very best walks that you will remember forever.

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