Explore the Hills and Mountains of Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park from Cobleland Campsite

Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park has an abundance of accessible hill tops and Munros (mountains over 3,000 feet/914 m), the highest of which is Ben More at 1,174m.

There are 21 Munros including Ben Lomond (the most southerly mountain in Scotland), Ben Vorlich, Ben Ime, Ben Narnain and Ben Venue. There are 19 Corbetts to bag (mountains over 2,500 feet or 762 metres), including The Cobbler (Ben Arthur) and Ben Ledi.

The closest hill walks to the site offer some of the most spectacular views.

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Ben A’an

A path easily leads walkers from a car park on the A821, on the banks of pretty Loch Achray, to reach the 454m summit of Ben A’an. Rarely taxing, although a...
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The summit of Craigmore rises about a mile northwest of the centre of Aberfoyle. The top of the hill and much of the upper southern and eastern slopes are open...
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Ben Gullipen

This walk is situated on an open parallel ridge. These type of ridges are a direct result of the geological activity along the Highland Boundary Fault, which makes the natural...