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3 days ago

We did this in a large group of mixed abilities and it was great fun. We took the Llanderis path and caught some lovely views in between the clouds! Towards the summit it did get tough due to the weather and the incline but worth it!

To get from Kenmore entails pavement walking to the bottom of the Glen Quaich road. From there the single track, paved road winds up to the turn off to the actual trail. The trail itself consists of a broad path through the forest area followed by a decent farm track all the way to Acharn. From there you have to hoof it along the Loch Tay, south side road back to Kenmore. There is traffic, but they respect the "walk friendly" signs.
From the trail the Ben Lawers range is visible as is Loch Tay below. Views of Kenmore are great on a sunny day. Lots of sheep around with the occasional deer, pheasant and grouse. Instead of the farm road down from the second bridge over the Acharn Burn, there is a nice trail down the east side with bridge viewpoints of the Acharn falls. The trail also ends in Acharn village.
It's a convenient walk from Kenmore, with no transport required, hence I have done it 34 times during my annual pilgrimage from South Africa.

Easy walk but very crowded

5 days ago

My wife and I did this early one morning before the crowds came. We took the more rocky path closer to the city side on the way up. It proved to be a reasonably good workout (we're casual hikers) and took the grassy path cutting through the hills on the way down.

This hike is worth it. The view at the top, while can be tough to reach, is worth it, especially if the weather is good.

Try to go early (before 10am) to avoid the crowds. Otherwise, the trail and top are heavily trafficked and make it hard to take pictures.

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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8 days ago

Great early morning activity! Meet others on their way up when you are already made the summit! Only the top last k is not so nice to walk.
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9 days ago

Challenging both physically and mentally but when you reach the summit it's all worth it!

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