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If drive or take a bus to Luss there are several fairly level paths and it is a very quaint village to walk around with great tearooms and a couple of good restaurants in the local hotels. You can also walk the moderate hills (very safe even in deep snow) Beinn Dubh - Glen Striddle horseshoe, Luss. This circuit of the hills above Glen Straddle makes an excellent short hillwalk. The ascent up the grassy ridge rising from Luss is a delight and the views over Loch Lomond and towards the Arrochar Alps are superb.

Another walk can be started near the Inverbeg Hotel on A82 and you can walk your way back over the hills to our cottage!

We have many details of walks in the cottage for your use and some maps but why not plan

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Local Walking and Hiking

 

There is an abundance of local walking straight from the door here at Ben Lomond Cottage. Many more Munroes, Corbetts and gentler walks within a short drive.

For hillwalkers you can start at the cottage and walk up the hill behind us (Cruach Tairbeirt), or you could walk down to the loch and catch the ferry across to Rowardennan and climb Ben Lomond. For a gentler walk just take the trails by the station (200 metres from the cottage) into the woods or for the scenic route into Arrochar. Or you could just walk down to the loch and enjoy the views. click to insert body text here ...

Double click to You can take a short drive (about a mile) into Arrochar and tackle Ben Arthur (The Cobbler) or try one of the various routes that can combine Beinn Narnain and Beinn Ime. A short drive up the loch is Ben Vorlich, a bulky and very rugged mountain, the most northerly of the Arrochar Alps. It is possible to walk a fine circuit taking in the Little Hills from Ardlui to the north, but the ascent from Inveruglas via the Loch Sloy dam road, is the quickest.  A slightly longer drive will get you to An Caisteal and Beinn a'Chroin, near Crianlarich. Two fine Munros with rewarding ridge walking and great views over a wide expanse from Loch Lomond to Ben Nevis.insert body text here ...