Places to visit

Ben Lomond

Ben Lomond

Scotland's most southerly Munro

  • Put on your walking boots and be treated to spectacular views from the summit.

  • Follow the 1.5km Ardess Hidden History Trail and find out about the human history of Ben Lomond.

  • Visit the thatched Cruck Building, a replica of one of the structures that used to stand here.

  • Look out for ptarmigan, ravens, meadow pipits, adders and common spotted orchids.

  • Make the most of our rangers’ expertise by booking a guided walk from the ranger centre.

Whatever the season, Ben Lomond has a dignity and a magic that for centuries has drawn artists, beauty-seekers, hikers and climbers.

Rising from the east shore of Loch Lomond to a height of 974m (3,193ft), Ben Lomond offers exhilarating walking and spectacular views across Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park.

These excellent walking opportunities, and ease of access, attract over 30,000 walkers and mountaineers every year – Ben Lomond is one of Scotland’s most popular summits. However, the Munro and the surrounding area still retain the sense of wilderness that Rob Roy – Scotland’s famous cattle drover, clan chief and outlaw – experienced when he roamed here over 300 years ago.