Mountains and hills of Loch Lomond, Trossachs, Stirling & Forth Valley

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  • The main path to Ben Arthur, 'the Cobbler' near Arrochar in the National Park
    Ben Arthur, 'the Cobbler' near Arrochar in the National Park
  • Walkers at the summit of Dumyat, in the Ochil Hills
    Walkers at the summit of Dumyat, in the Ochil Hills
  • Loch Katrine from Ben A'an
    Loch Katrine from Ben A'an
  • Couple walking on a mountain path with the village of Arrochar on the shore of Loch Long below
    Walking on a mountain path with the village of Arrochar on the shore of Loch Long below
  • Walkers on the West Highland Way at Inversnaid
    Walkers on the West Highland Way at Inversnaid

Absorb the breathtaking scenery and diverse wildlife or enjoy outdoor activities on a wide variety of mountains and hills in Loch Lomond, The Trossachs, Stirling & Forth Valley.

Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park is home to Scotland’s most southerly Munro, Ben Lomond, while the Trossachs are famed for dramatic mountains and the magnificent Ochil Hills offer equally stunning views. From Clackmannanshire and Falkirk to West Dunbartonshire and Breadalbane, there are 21 Munros and 19 Corbetts including Ben More, Ben Arthur and Ben Ledi.

See if you can scale the heights of Ben More, near Crianlarich, the highest of the park''s Munros, which measures 1,174 m.

Rising majestically above Loch Earn, Ben Vorlich is one of Scotland's most recognisable mountains. The most popular climb to its summit starts from Ardvorlich in the north.

Another Munro popular amongst hillwalkers is Ben Lui, the highest of a group of four Munros that lie south of Glen Lochy. Begin the 3 km ascent to the top where the burn of Eas Daimh flows into the loch and descend via its smaller but equally impressive sister Beinn a' Chleibh, which lies to the south west.

You can also climb to the summit of Ben A'an, one of the Trossach's most recognisable natural landmarks, and admire the sublime views.

Rising just above the sleepy village of Balmaha, a climb up the summit of Conic Hill will reward walkers with stellar views across Loch Lomond and its islands.

Use these listings to help plan your visit to the mountains and hills of Loch Lomond, The Trossachs, Stirling & Forth Valley.

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  1. Ben A'an

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    Aberfoyle

    Ben A’an stands at 1,491 ft (454 m) and can be found between Loch Katrine and Loch Achray.

  2. The Ochil Hills

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    Tillicoultry

    The Ochil Hills are a long range of steeply sided, round topped hills, stretching 25 miles from the Firth of Tay to Stirling..

  3. Ben Ledi

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    Callander

    This familiar Callander landmark is the highest mountain in the main part of the Trossachs standing 879m high.

  4. Ben Arthur

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    Arrochar

    Located near the head of Loch Long, Ben Arthur mountain boasts a spectacular skyline and fabulous views.

  5. Ben Vorlich

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    Lochearnhead

    Ben Vorlich lies close to the Highland boundary and gives excellent views into the Lowlands.

  6. Duncryne Hill

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    Drymen

    Duncryne Hill is 465 ft (142 m) above sea level and is located south of the village of Gatocharn close to the bonnie banks of Loch Lomond.

  7. Campsie Fells

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    Stirling

    The Campsie Fells are a range of volcanic hills in central Scotland to the north of Glasgow.

  8. Ben Lawers

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    Killin

    The Ben Lawers mountain range is found on the north side of Loch Tay in the central Highlands.

  9. Ben More

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    Crianlarich

    Ben More, the prominent landmark in Crianlarich village near Stirling, is the 16th highest mountain in Scotland standing at 1174m high.

  10. Doon Hill Fairy Knowe

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    Aberfoyle

    Doon Hill Fairy Knowe is a modest summit near Aberfoyle.

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