Central Scotland Activities & Mountains

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The map below shows the main attractions in Central Scotland such as towns, mountains up to 3,822ft, golf courses, and historic attractions. Click on the towns for information on that town and accommodation, green dots for attractions, VC for visitor centres, triangles for hills/mountains, and golf flags for golf clubs.

The Boat Trips have a number of drop off and pick up points around the lochs, hop on, hop off.

 

There are over 20 mountains on the north side of the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park over 3,000 ft, known as Munros. These are normally the most hiked in Scotland as they are the furthest south, close to the largest city in Scotland, Glasgow.

This area is known as the South Highlands, or Gateway to the Highlands.

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Central Scotland Map Edinburgh Info Glasgow Info Isle of Bute Info Wemyss Bay Info Queensferry Info Linlithgow Info Greenock Info Falkirk Info Dunfermline Info Stirling Info Dunoon Info Milngavie Info West Highland Way Info West Highland Way Info Wallace Monument Info Tillicoultry Info Balloch Info Drymen Info Aberfoyle Info Callander Info Inveraray Info Auchterarder Info Perth Info Killin Info Crieff Info Cameron House Hotel and Lodges Duck Bay Hotel Restaurant and Marina Tarbet Info Milarrochy Bay Caravan and Camping Club Balmaha Info Luss Info Rowardennan Hotel and Lodges Info Inversnaid Hotel Info Crianlarich Info Drovers Inn Info Inverbeg Holiday Park Ardlui Holiday Home Park Info Loch Lomond Holiday Park Info Dumbarton Castle Scone Palace Falkland Info Glengoyne Whisky Distillery Visitor Centre Garden Centre Tea Room Fish Sales Beinn Dubh 2155 ft Dumgoyne Hill 1400 ft Conic Hill 1184 ft Ben Cleuch 2365 ft Ben Lomond 3196 ft Beinn Narnain 3038 ft Beinn Ime 3316 ft Beinn Bhuidhe 3110 ft Lake of Menteith Hotel Rob Roy Hotel Ben Vane 3005ft Ben Vorlich 3093 ft Beinn Chabhair 3061 ft An Caisteal 3264 ft Beinn a'Chroin 3090 ft Cruach Ardrain 3431 ft Beinn Tulaichean 3103 ft Stob Binnein 3822 ft Ben More 3851 ft Ben Vorlich 3231 ft Stuc a'Chroin 3198 ft Beinn Dubhchraig 3208 ft Ben Oss 3375 ft Ben Lui 3707 ft Beinn a'Chleibh 3005 ft Beinglas Farm Campsite Falkirk Wheel Canal Centre Blair Drummond Safari & Adventure Park Glasgow Area Golf Courses Edinburgh Area Golf Courses Vale of Leven Golf Club Buchanan Castle Golf Club Stirling Golf Club Gleneagles Golf Courses Perth Area Golf Courses Crieff Golf Club The Carrick Golf Course Loch Lomond Golf Club Members Only Balloch Boat Trips Luss Boat Trips Tarbet Boat Trips Loch Katrine Boat Trips Inverary Golf Course Glasgow Airport Info Edinburgh Airport Info Callander Golf Club Ben Challum 3,362 ft Meall Glas 3146 ft Sgiath Chuil 3021 ft Auchenheglish Lodges The Inn at Inverbeg Inveruglas Visitor Centre Dublane Info Sir David Stirling SAS Monument Kilchurn Castle Tullibardine Distillery Visitor Centre Doune Castle Inchmahome Priory on an Island David Marshall Lodge Adventure Park Forest Hills Hotel Rest and Be Thankful viewing area Arrochar Info Ardkinglas Woodland Garden Ben Ledi 2,883ft Ben A'an 1512ft Ben Venue 2391ft Tyndrum Info Dalmally Info Ardgarten Visitor Centre walking biking Loch Achray Hotel Suie Lodge Hotel Glen Dochart Camping Lochearnhead Info Rob Roy Grave Mhor Hotel Callander to Killin Cycle Track Callander to Killin Cycle Track Rob Roy Way Rob Roy Way Dumbarton Info Erskine Bridge Info Strathfillan Wigwams Strachur Info Strathyre Lodges Huntingtower Lodges River Edge Lodges Highland Heather Lodges Leny Estate Lodges Benview Holiday Lodges La Fortuna Lodges Ardgarten Bike Routes Ardgarten Bike Routes Ardgarten Bike Routes Cycle Route & Cycle Hire Hunters Quay Holiday Village Deep Sea World at North Queensferry Gourock Newark Castle Linlithgo Palace Royal Yacht Britannia Dunfermline Abbey & Palace Hopetoun House Museum Blackness Castle Museum Kinneil Estate & Museum Bo'Ness web page Ayrshire & Galloway Area Map Edinburgh Area Map Glasgow Area Websites Edinburgh Area Websites Kinross web page Loch Leven web page Loch Leven Bike path 7 miles Falkirk Wheel Biking to Edinburgh or Glasgow Highlands Click On Map

These mountains should only be climbed with an Ordinance Survey Map and good knowledge of using a Compass. Try to memorize the trail up, and take the direction of the trail with a compass, so if clouds roll over, you can find your way back down.

Snow or Ice Conditions should only be attempted after ice training, and with the correct equipment.

Layers of clothing should also be taken as it can get bitterly cold at the top, even in summer, i.e. fleece, gloves, hat and weatherproofs. Drinks and snacks should also be taken. Mobile phones may work from some Mountains, but not all.