Ben Lui is a range of mountain peaks designated as a National Nature Reserve. Whether you come to scale the four munros, catch a glimpse of a golden eagle or spot the rare and specialised alpine plants, you'll find much to see at Ben Lui.
The four high peaks of this reserve, managed by NatureScot, attract both walkers and naturalists alike. The cliffs and rocky outcrops support an unusually lush growth of mountain plants, thriving on soils that are less acidic than elsewhere. Look out for beautiful saxifrages in the rich carpets of mosses and lichens.
Deer stalking takes place between August and October, see the Hillphones website www.hillphones.info for information on suitable hillwalking routes.
Tyndrum Community wood car park
The parking area is signed for Dalrigh off the A82, just south of Tyndrum.
Car park grid reference: NN323285
Car park postcode: FK20 8RZ
Public Transport Directions
The nearest bus and train stations are at Tyndrum, a four mile walk from the Reserve. From Tyndrum Lower Station head south through the forest until you reach the Cononish farm track. Follow this track west. Use the car park at Dalrigh on the A82 south of Tyndrum and walk four miles along the Cononish farm track through the Tyndrum Community Woodland.
Transport and Parking
The content of many of our web listings is provided by third party operators and not VisitScotland. VisitScotland accepts no responsibility for (1) any error or misrepresentation contained in third party listings, and (2) the contents of any external links within web listings ((1) and (2) together hereinafter referred to as the "Content"). VisitScotland excludes all liability for loss or damage caused by any reliance placed on the Content. The Content is provided for your information only and is not endorsed by VisitScotland.