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Welcome to Ben Lomond. The “beacon hill”; Glasgow’s Munro; the most Southerly Munro. Please enjoy this site, we hope you find it fun, informative and useful.
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  • Routes Routes

    The main route for an ascent of Ben Lomond leaves from Rowardennan on the eastern side of Loch Lomond. You can either retrace your steps, or follow an alternative descent route via the ridge of Ptarmigan. We also have a longer and more remote route of ascent from Loch Chon, to the east in the beautiful Trossachs region.

  • Equipment Equipment

    Find out what equipment you should take on your ascent of Ben Lomond, including information on hiking boots, waterproof jackets, maps, compasses, survival bags and more.

  • Surrounding hills Surrounding hills

    Ben Lomond is surrounded by other great Munros, including Ben More, Stob Binnein, An Caisteal and Ben Vorlich. Across Loch Lomond are the Arrochar Alps, while great non-Munros in this area include Ben Ledi, Ben Venue and Ben A'an.

  • The Trossachs & Queen Elizabeth Forest Park The Trossachs & Queen Elizabeth Forest Park

    The Trossachs and Queen Elizabeth Forest Park are a beautiful area of hills, forests, lochs and moorland lying to the east of Loch Lomond. The villages of Aberfoyle and Callander provide a great base for exploring this unspoilt area of natural beauty.

  • Geology Geology

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