This Loch Lomond and the Trossachs walk describes the three Munros Beinn a’Chroin, An Caisteal and Beinn Chabhair using a longer and less frequented approach from the Balquhidder side. A long walk but on a fine day nothing of any technical difficulty with a few steep and rough sections, which fall well short of actual scrambling. The Munros to the east of the A82 up Glen Falloch to Crianlarich are all grassy hills which become much steeper and rockier higher up. All of them should be treated with respect in bad weather.
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Other walks nearby
Walk 1406 - 5.1 miles / 8.2 km away
Walk 2317 - 7.8 miles / 12.5 km away
Walk 2309 - 8.3 miles / 13.2 km away
Walk 1350 - 10.8 miles / 17.3 km away
Walk 1298 - 12.3 miles / 19.7 km away
Walk 2185 - 12.4 miles / 19.9 km away
Walk 3009 - 13.3 miles / 21.2 km away
Walk 1019 - 16.0 miles / 25.6 km away
Walk 1352 - 16.2 miles / 25.9 km away
Walk 3067 - 16.2 miles / 25.9 km away
Note : The distances quoted to other walks in the vicinity are measured in a straight line. The distance by road may be further.
Loch Lomond and Trossachs NP
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