Walk 203 – Ben Vane, Inveruglas – 7.5 miles

Ben Vane is the smallest of the 282 Munros and it is renowned for its many false summits which lure you into a false sense of achievement!

Walk 133 – Luss Heritage Trail, Loch Lomond – 1.5 miles

An easy walk around the pretty conservation village of Luss, famous (if you are of a certain age!) for having been the setting for the successful TV soap ‘High Road’. This walk encompasses it’s sandy beach, the Luss Water and a quiet woodland containing remnants of a former slate quarry.

Walk 88 – Ben More & Stob Binnein – 7 miles

The Munros Ben More (1174 m / 3851 ft) and Stob Binnein (1165 m / 3822 ft) lie close to Crianlarich and are easily accessible from A85. Steep and boggy for much of the way but no real technical skills required. A little scrambling on the (long) descent from Ben More towards Stob Binnein and a very peaceful but steep and slippery walk back down from the bealach into Ben More Glen. Keep a look out for the waterfalls visible behind you as you descend!

Walk 87 – Ben Lomond – 7.6 miles

Ben Lomond (974 m / 3196 ft) is one of the most popular mountains in Scotland thanks to it’s proximity to Glasgow and it’s title of ‘Scotland’s most southerly Munro’. The route below is the most popular one, starting from Rowardennan which is the furthest point along Loch Lomond’s eastern shore you can reach by car. From here it is just over 3 miles to the summit along a well-maintained footpath. On a clear day you will be rewarded with fine views of Loch Lomond and across the Scottish Highlands.

Walk 72 – Ben A’an, Trossachs – 4 miles

The iconic pointed peak of Ben A’an in the Trossachs is a fantastic wee climb and the views of Loch Katrine and Ben Venue from the top are nothing short of spectacular. With a clear and well-worn footpath all the way to the top, this particular route takes you back down the other side of the hill, through some forest to the banks of Loch Katrine to form a loop.

Walk 67 – The Three Lochs Way Part 2 (Garelochhead to Balloch) – 17.5 miles

Starting in the village of Garelochhead and ending at Balloch Train Station, this part of The Three Lochs Way is much flatter than the first half and definitely the easier of the two days. You will walk along minor roads, clay footpaths, through forests and woodlands and on an open hillside. You will also pass right through the pretty town of Helensburgh. Despite the walk’s name, you leave the lochs behind for much of the way, meeting back up with Loch Lomond in the final stages.

Walk 51 – Conic Hill – 2.5 miles

Conic Hill (361 m) forms part of the popular West Highland Way and as such is a busy little peak! The path is very well maintained so navigation is easy, with a little scrambling over scree necessary close to the top. This is the perfect hill for a beginner or for a day when you only have a few hours to spare. The views are spectacular all the way!