In reply to russtyg: Plant a bike at the Aonach Mor car park. Drive to the top of Glen Nevis. Get the map out, and choose your route back to your bike. There are two obvious ways which pick you up two Munros each, and a third, slightly further east, which gets you one or more depending on inclination. These are all longish outings, so start early and don't leave your front light with the bike.
The bicycle: one of the finest pieces of hillwalking equipment known to humanity
But watch out when you're cycling tiredly back to your car along the A82--it bites.
> Loch Lochy Munros are a good bet as are the pairs on either side of Loch Treig. Or get the train to Corrour, easy going hills but not an area to get lost in
Corrour us great, Ben Na lap is really easy a high start and just a walk not a scramble , and also perhaps followed by the little Corbett Williams leap Leum Uilleim 909 , and back to the station.hard to get lost on them , and I quite fancy it myself, alas my outdoor life is rather constrained due to family illness commitments, or I would jump on the train too.
,( just 30 quid return for me to Corrour . )
I'd be slightly cautious about recommending the mamores suggestions or beinn a'bheither- some airy going which is straightforward but could be intimidating, especially if alone in less than ideal conditions.
The grey corries is awesome but long and remote, if you are fit and its a good day, it is one of the best days out on the hills that there is
The wee buachaille, the meggie munros, beinn a'chaorainn (watch out for the cornice between the two summits..), creise and meall a'bhuraidh are all good options