Ben A’an stands at 1,491 ft (454 m) and can be found between Loch Katrine and Loch Achray.
Although Ben A’an is not a high mountain, its position at the heart of the Trossachs makes it a truly wonderful viewpoint. The hill provides an easy walk suitable for families with young children, however, the final ascent to the summit can be more demanding. This is a popular walk and the path will be busy most weekends.
Getting there by railway:- From Stirling Railway Station go via minor road to the A9. Turn onto the A9 follow right A9 and then turn onto A84. Go to A873 Thornhill. Go to A81 Port Of Menteith. Go to A821 Aberfoyle. Continue on A821 out of Aberfoyle climbing steep hill towards Dukes Pass. Visitor centre entrance is approximately 1 mile north of Aberfoyle on the right hand side of the road.
Getting there by aeroplane:- From Glasgow Airport follow signs for the M8 turn to the M898, then A898 take the A82 Dumbarton. Turn to the A811 Balloch and follow left the A811. At Gartocharn follow right the A811. Turn to theA81 and then the A821. At Aberfoyle continue on A821 out off Aberfoyle climbing steep hill towards Dukes Pass. Visitor Centre entrance is approximately 1 mile north of Aberfoyle on the right hand side of the road.
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