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Scotland South and Central
Ben Ledi
Ben Ledi is a familiar landmark from Callander and the highest mountain in the main part of the Trossachs. It is a very popular hillwalk and its position on the edge of the Highlands makes it an excellent viewpoint.

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Ben Cleuch
Ben Cleuch is the highest of the rolling Ochil Hills which lie to the NE of Stirling. Ben Cleuch itself lies to the N of Tillicoultry. It is a popular hill due to its proximity to the central belt and you will be walking on well trodden paths. On a clear day, the summit offers superb views south towards the Forth.

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Ben Lomond
The usual route up Ben Lomond is via the 'tourist path', a wide, eroded and easy path which is roughly paved in steeper sections. This track was created owing to the mountain's status as one of the most popular in Scotland and climbs the gentle Sròn Aonaich ridge, before ascending a steeper section to the rocky summit ridge.

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Ben Lui
Ben Lui is regarded as one of the grandest and most elegant mountains in the Southern Highlands, with a magnificent appearance

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Ben Venue
Lying at the heart of the Trossachs, Ben Venue is a popular hill situated between Loch Ard to the South and Loch Katrine to the North. On a clear day, the summit offers superb views across the Trossachs and towards the Crianlarich Munros to the NW.

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Ben Vorlich (Loch Lomond)
Ben Vorlich rises above the north west side of Loch Lomond and is an impressive mountain.

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Ben Vrackie
Ben Vrackie lies north of the town of Pitlochry and reaches 841 m (2759 feet) high at its summit. The summit may be reached easily by a direct path from Pitlochry or Killiecrankie, and commands views of Pitlochry and the surrounding glens.

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Schiehallion
One of Scotland's best known hills, Schiehallion is one of the easiest Munros to climb on a fine summers day. It takes the form of a broad ridge, with the famous conical appearance only apparent from across Loch Rannoch.

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Ben Vorlich (Loch Earn)
Ben Vorlich above Loch Earn is one of the best-known Scottish mountains and is very popular. Close to the Highland boundary, it gives excellent views into the Lowlands.

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