Climb a Munro, a Scottish mountain over 3000ft (914m). Ben Chonzie is a great introduction to 'Munro Bagging'. It is situated in the Southern Highlands and is accessed via Glen Lednock, Comrie (nr Crieff) in Perthshire.
The summit is accessed by good paths and tracks and there is no difficult terrain underfoot. However, climbing a mountain, is not going to be easy.
There is a good wide path almost the whole way to the top, this path is at an easy gradient initially, but closer to the top it gets quite steep, and will be tough if you are not used to hills. We leave the track about 2km from the top, and follow a path upwards to the remains of a fence line. It is then easy walking along the plateau to the summit. Once at the summit there are stunning 360 views, especially of the highlands spanning out towards the North & West.
Whilst walking this mountain I have seen herds of deer, red kites, peregrine falcons, grouse, sky larks and mountain hare. If you are lucky you might also spot some incredible Scottish wildlife.
Once you have booked your tour with me, I will give you further details (where to meet etc) and a recommended kit list for the day.
Outdoor Guide based in rural Perthshire, with over 20 years experience of having adventures in the great outdoors. I specialise in: walking, wild Camping, mountain biking & cycle touring. I have expert knowledge of the hills, glens and lochs of Strathearn. I know secret wild camping spots and hidden trails. I can take you where you will see no sign of human habitation, where you can spot incredible wildlife. Don't worry if you have never done any of the activities listed before. I am here to help, guide and show you the way, to make the experience as enjoyable as possible.