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All reviews loch katrine hill walk stone steps fantastic views great hike coming down worth the climb easy path well trained scottish government car park walking boots short climb sir walter scott well worth the effort summit lochs
After reading the reviews we took our 6 month old up on her carrier, this was probably the wrong decision and I am very fortunate my partner is fit and carried her with ease. The path is well maintained however at points difficult going especially...More
This is a relatively quick climb/hike at around 1hr to the top and 45mins back down. It’s not the small peak that is viable from the car park but the larger one hidden behind it. I think many people start out thinking that they are...More
The parking space is very limited, so you need to be there early or be patient till you leave your car, because it seems to be a very popular walk. I would not recommend it for families with young children, parts of the path are...More
New to this Munro bagging so starting with the smaller challenges although it did look daunting from the car park with the low mist covering the top! Gulp. Highly recommend the hour and half to the top and although a steep, wide and well made...More
Did this walk with four kids ranging from 4-10, all of whom managed it without a problem. It rained all the way up but stopped as we neared the top and some breaks in the cloud allowed us to see the lochs at least. On...More
Had a lovely stay in a beautiful room here, lovely decoration and immaculately clean throughout. The host was friendly and helpful, breakfast was delicious and they also catered for vegan dietary requirements generously, most appreciated.
Would definitely recommend it and will visit again if in...More
On a weekend camping trip near Gartmore with my youngest son and decided to park up and wander up Ben A’an. Path is really easy to follow and has been upgraded since last time I walked it ( 10 years ago). It’s perfect for a...More