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Fantastic! Deserves five stars but the lack of trail markings knocks it down a smidge. A solid climb gets you started then a series of smaller ups and downs takes you across the circuit until the final descent. Could actually be described as a five-peak route. That first climb has a relatively well-defined trail, but leaving the peak is where it basically ends. On a day with good visibility this wasn’t at all a problem. But if there’s a heavy fog then be certain to carry your map and compass. I ran it in late June and there were many sheep and red deer along the way. Overall, a truly outstanding route.

29 days ago

Excellent path. Some steeper sections on the way up, easy walking coming back down. completely clouded over as we approached the top so can't say much on views but still very dramatic and enjoyable!

We had a great morning hike of over 3 hrs going up making the round on top and coning back. Lovely to take a swim afterwards in the lake.
Good views and scenery well marked path easy to follow

Ben Vorlich by far the easier of the two. Stuc A’Chroin definitely worth the extra effort. Fun scramble at the top.

Views are amazing. Pretty relentless, long and boring slog to get to summit of Ben More. Traverse between the two mountains is fun though!

Ben Vorlich a relatively straightforward path. Stuc a chroin requires some climbing and the descent is steep no matter joe you do it.

Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Beautiful hike even with low visibility.

Hiked this in June. Extremely windy and foggy once you begin to ascent up the first ridge. We were soaked through even with rain shell's and sealSkinz socks. Suggest bringing ear protection from wind. Was a satisfying hike but not relaxing with the elements at play.

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