Altitude 573m a.s.l
This hill is 589m high and is adorned with small compact crags; most are broken and vegetatious. There are 2 main groups of crags. The first, just below the summit about 25/35m in height, look excellent and have many potential routes; the main face is slightly overhanging. Below this on a lower tier there are other crags about 10m/25 m in height with some a little higher, facing east through to the south west.
Bike is by far the best mode of transport especially since the track up Glen Gyle has been upgraded to accommodate work to the power lines that run through this historic glen.
Park at Stronachlachar car park (tasty food at the pier café), cycle north on the cycle path skirting loch Katrine. Just before you reach the head of the loch turn off to the left and gain the new track. Signs indicate that they may still be working there, so be cautious.
Cycle (or push!) to the very end of the new track. Either go to the summit, best approach from the right of the hill or skirt the hill to the left rising to near the summit. (2Hrs 15mins)
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