Ben Ledi

Ben Ledi

Ben Ledi is not a ‘Munro’  but is in a prominent position on the southern edge of the Highlands and can therefore be seen from many parts of the southern Highlands in Scotland's National Park.

Traditional route is from Stank car park (about 3 M north Callander on A84, turn left at 'Forest Cabins' sign to cross a metal bridge, ). This route is well marked and visible all the way to the top.
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Ben Vorlich and Stuc-a-Chroin

Ben Vorlich and Stuc-a-Chroin

A strenuous walk to Ben Vorlich summit. If extended to Stuc-a-Chroin the walk becomes more demanding and also calls for scrambling skills . The route is very exposed in places and in bad weather temperatures can be very low, even in summer.
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Lower Crags walk

Lower Crags walk

Length: about 1-2 mile depending on route taken
Start:   Either anywhere on the green dotted route or Bracklinn Road Car Park.

Either drive up Bracklinn Rd at the east end of Main St or walk up North Church St and a footpath to Ancaster road, turn right then left at Bracklinn Rd. At the top of Bracklinn Rd turn left then right into the woods then 200 yds to a small car park among the trees on the left.
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The Two Bridges

The Two Bridges

Length: about ¾mile
Start:   Callander Ancaster Square
Easy level walk, all weather.

From Ancaster Square (town centre) walk west to the crossroads at the Traffic lights, turn left, across the 'Red Bridge', noting the view over the meadows to Ben Ledi to the right as you cross the bridge.

Over the bridge turn left down the path by the Primary School grounds then across the footbridge noting the view back to the red bridge and the Ben Ledi.
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