Explore the most popular Parks in Scotland with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

21 hours ago

Not a lake! A reservoir!!

hiking
25 days ago

My first ever hike. Really enjoyed it.Went anti clockwise , so a good warm up gradual walk before the ascent. Stunning view at the top although very windy. We took a jet boiler and made a cuppa. Trying to get over my fear of heights and met a lot of people on the way up and they were so encouraging, stopping to say hi and cheer me on.

hiking
1 month ago

30 min by car from Edinburgh center. Wonderful trail! Three mountains about 500 m high, step climp. On the last kilometers the trail is damaged, but u get around it.

hiking
1 month ago

Great view of two lochs, not to difficult really, maybe for half hour up the side of the hill, if traveling in anti clockwise direction.. but I took a couch potatoe with me and made good time.

Great hike, hard descent though

walking
1 month ago

A nice amble in the woods. Some great scenic views but didn’t find Robs cave!

hiking
1 month ago

Well worth the short walk from Callander. Excellent waterfalls where you can get right in the middle of them.

Steep start from town. Beautiful views once you reach the summit. Truly enjoyed this walk during our visit in Scotland. Lookin forward to our next adventure!

1 month ago

Me n my pal have doing mountains and munros
so it was better for speaking to each other abt stuff that going
on in our life's trying help each other that keeps me positive

1 month ago

I wish I could have finished it, but way too windy that day !

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

1 month 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!

Walked today in a clockwise direction. Much easier that way. Beautiful views and a good path.

Brilliant walk shame it was extremely windy at the top

hiking
2 months ago

I would consider this a more medium hike that a hard one. That being said it’s huge value for the amount of work. The views are wonderful and the path is well marked. There is a little technical foot placement on some of the down hill sections. It did rain on me (then hailed) most of the time but that’s Scotland.

Just completed this on Saturday. Loved it .. well worth a go ..

walking
2 months ago

A beautiful walk for people of all abilities. This path is also suitable for cycling and trail running. I have walked this many times on my own, with friends and with my children. Cornalees Visitor Centre and the coffee shop are a good place to stop for a break. There are alternative paths back to Greenock, Inverkip and Wemyss Bay to allow you to personalise the route.

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.

Done this as part of the west highland way. This was by far my favourite part of the whole walk. It’s hard at times but also a lot of fun.

Nice view but not an easy hiking. Weather changing so fast so better be ready.

hiking
3 months ago

steep climb to the top whuch is well worth it just for the amazing view.

This is a relatively easy and pleasant walk that includes open views and short wooded areas. The pathway is predominately tarmac although you can choose to walk on short grass at many parts. It is used for walking, running and cycling. Most users are spatially aware and considerate but it can be busy on dry weekends.
You can choose a variety of alternative paths, mostly woodland, that increases the rise and fall and difficulty level.

Nice easy walk. Some nice valley scenery along the way to the falls.

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.

beautiful views

beautiful views

Challenging yesterday afternoon with steady wind and gusts ~40mph. Great hike fantastic views on clear day.

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

Good brisk walk! Take walking poles with you and a drink and some food - also be careful of low cloud cover when you are at the summit - I picked the wrong track down and had to traverse quite a bit to get back to the right track. Can be steep and slippery. Views are stunning when the cloud clears.

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