Ben Venue is a 10.6 kilometer out and back trail located near Inversnaid, Argyll and Bute, Scotland that features a lake and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, and nature trips.

Distance: 10.6 km Elevation Gain: 705 m Route Type: Out & Back


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This is a wonderful walk which offers great views across Loch Katrine, Ben Lomond and beyond. The climb is steady going with several steeper sections where you need your hands to climb some rocky sections. From the car park, find the footpath that leads off from just beyond the information board and pay station. Turn right at the junction, following the sign for the Ben Venue mountain path. Then turn sharply left up a private road and keep following signs. A little over half a kilometer up the road, turn left onto a footpath that leads to the Achray Water Bridge. After crossing the bridge, turn right onto a broader track, all the while following well-marked footpaths. From the broader track, you’ll walk west for around 300m then take the path on your left into the forest. Continue on the main path all the way to the ridge, then turn right for the summit of Ben Venue, the path climbs and falls along the ridgeline.

7 hours ago

Beautiful day. Trail was a little Muddy after it rained yesterday but it cleared up in time for Beautiful Views . It was also a little steep in sections but not bad at all.

6 days ago

An enjoyable walk. The first bit is pretty muddy but clears up once out of the trees.

1 month ago

wonderful hike but be sure to check the weather before for it can be hard to navigate in rain.

18 days ago

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