Ben Lomond Mountain Path is a 12.7 kilometer out and back trail located near Arrochar, Argyll and Bute, Scotland that features a lake and is rated as difficult. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, trail running, and nature trips.

Distance: 12.7 km Elevation Gain: 967 m Route Type: Out & Back

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nature trips

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walking

lake

views

wildlife

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hiking
14 days ago

Tough on the old knees on the way down, my party of myself, 12 year old and 8 and 6 managed to make it to the top, best on a dry clear day, be prepared for changes in weather. Very doable in the right conditions

1 month ago

Took us 2.15 hrs to ascend and 2 hrs to descend. Tough at times and hard on the knees on the way back down!

1 month ago

great hike steep at times path well maintained views are amazing although there was quite abit of mist at times took 6 hours all in total from start to finish

hiking
2 months ago

Great walk, can be very busy if weather is good

walking
no shade
2 months ago

Great walk. Took us 3.5 hours in total (2 hours to ascend).

hiking
3 months ago

Climbed in Jan as a first Munro to mark my 50th birthday. Good path, icy at the top and we were glad to have our many layers and snacks! Well worth the effort though!

hiking
rocky
snow
3 months ago

First Munro for me, hard climb, certainly gets the blood pumping, however it’s worth it for the incredible views alone!! Took 5 hours in total. Very very windy. Busy car park, we arrived around 9am and were lucky to find a space.

hiking
rocky
snow
3 months ago

Good trail. Path all the way. Very strong winds at the top. Good for a first Munro

hiking
4 months ago

Excellent views

hiking
9 months ago

Great hike, hard descent though

9 months ago

buitifull vewes and gets yer blood pumping would do it again deffo

hiking
10 months ago

A great climb with beautiful views on the way up. Lots of sheep to keep you company if hiking alone. The weather is very changeable as you climb higher. I climbed Ben Lomond on a beautiful May day however the visibility reduced quite considerably on the way up and all I could see was the fog around me. The mountain path climb was quite difficult but the jog back down was awesome.

hiking
11 months ago

All I can say is awesome!!! 5-6 hours top to peak and back. Ben Lomond is the southern most Munro (peak over 3000ft) and it’s all downhill from the top of Ben Lomond to land’s end in southern England. I took about 80 photos as view after view just kept getting better and better! Views of Loch Lomond one way...into the highlands and rolling hills the other way...and roaming sheep will photo bomb you!! :) And amazingly you’ll find them grazing 100m from the peak you just busted your butt hiking up! ;) Check the weather forecast and definitely pick a sunny day to go. Clouds and rain can quickly envelope the peak robbing your efforts of the payoff views...and making it a miserable, slow and slippery hike downhill on the quartz and granite rocky path. Great exercise! Calves will ache the next morning!! But wow. What a great hike! A must do! And awesome training if you’re thinking of attempting Ben Nevis.

11 months ago

beautiful views

trail running
Wednesday, May 30, 2018

Love this walk recently done a bit of trail running up very enjoyable and views amazing,

Thursday, January 18, 2018

This is a decent hike, easy access from Glasgow, and once your out from the tree line it offers amazing views looking south...

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