The 2nd image is of the start of the Hill
Road 4 miles north of Killin.
The 3rd image is of the Car Park 2 Miles up
the Hill Road at about 420m / 1,400ft above Sea
Level. This Car Park and Area are run by the
National Trust for Scotland as a Nature
Reserve. Parking about 2 or 3 pounds per day,
coin machine only in 2021.
The fourth image is from the Ben Lawers
Trail by the Car Park, taking you up through
the Woodland, good Path all the way, try and
stay on the Main Path, help prevent
The Hike in total from the Car Park is about
1,036m / 3,400ft, averaging about 6 hours out
and back, add time on if you intend having a
The 5th image is from above the Woodland
looking at the Trail up to Beinn Ghlas at
1,103m / 3,619ft. The Trail takes you up onto
the East Ridge, tough going on a real hot
The 6th image is from a Cairn looking up to
the summit of Beinn Ghlas, a couple of steep
The 7th image is from the small Cairn on
Beinn Ghlas looking over to Ben Lawers, this is
one of the Top Photos in Scotland, Large
Crossing over from Beinn Ghlas is about 122m
/ 400ft down, then 244m / 800ft up to the
summit of Ben Lawers.
The 8th image shows the top section of the
Trail up to Ben Lawers Summit, first part is
the steepest, then the rest is still steep.
The Summit of Ben Lawers is small for such a
large Mountain, 10th highest Mountain in
Scotland after the 4 at Fort William over
4,000ft, and the 5 at Aviemore over 4,000ft.