/ Munro around Glasgow
Preciously, have done ben lomond and ben arthur and the cobbler as day walks.
Probably any of the Arrochar hills would suffice? Ben Vorlich, Ben Vane etc...
Good good. Will look up how toget there
Glen Coe is just that little bit far away....and have spent plenty of time just there!
You wouldn't know of a circular walk with some of them in by any chance? Asking before I trawl google
an caisteal and beinn a chroin is a nice wee loop although the return path through the glen is probably 90% liquid at the moment.
Does it have to be a munro? Ben ledi is easily accessible and a great view point
Beinn Narnain and Beinn Ime are a nice circuit. You can start from the Cobbler track and spin off up Beinn Narnain. Or do Beinn Ime and Ben Vane together.
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