Walk st100 Ben Lomond and Ptarmigan from Rowardennan

Scotland's 2nd most popular Munro


Route outline for walk st100:

Rowardennan  -  Loch Lomond  -  Sron Aonaich  -  Ben Lomond  -  Ptarmigan  -  Tom Fithich  -  The West Highland Way  -  Rowardennen  -  Loch Lomond.




Peak Bagging Statistics for this walk:

Munros
3
Munros
Corbetts
0
Corbetts
Grahams
0
Grahams
Murdos
3
Murdos/
Munro Tops
Donalds
0
Donalds
marilyn
3
Scottish
Marilyns
Bridget
0
Bridgets

Peak Bagging Statistics for this walk:

The highest point of this walk is Ben Lomond at 974m (3196ft). Ben Lomond is classified as a Munro (No. 184) and a Scottish Marilyn (140th highest in Scotland, 144th highest in the UK). Ben Lomond is also known as a Murdo or Munro Top (265th highest in Scotland).

Completing this walk will also take you to the top of Ben Lomond at 974m (3196ft). Ben Lomond is classified as a Munro (No. 184) and a Scottish Marilyn (140th highest in Scotland, 144th highest in the UK). Ben Lomond is also known as a Murdo or Munro Top (265th highest in Scotland).

You will also reach the summit of Ben Lomond at 974m (3196ft). Ben Lomond is classified as a Munro (No. 184) and a Scottish Marilyn (140th highest in Scotland, 144th highest in the UK). Ben Lomond is also known as a Murdo or Munro Top (265th highest in Scotland).

This walk is on Ordnance Survey Maps:

OS Explorer Map 364
1:25,000 scale (Orange Covers)

OS Landranger Map 56
1:50,000 scale (Pink Covers)


Some Photos and Pictures from Walk st100 Ben Lomond and Ptarmigan from Rowardennan

In no particular order . . .

Me on the summit of Ben Lomond

Me on the summit of Ben Lomond

Photo: Brian Gallon (1)

My wife on top of Ben Lomond in October

My wife on top of Ben Lomond in October

Photo: Ian Leigh (1)

Ben Lomond Summit

Ben Lomond Summit

Photo: Graeme Lee (1)

Me on my first hill walk on Ben Lomond

Me on my first hill walk on Ben Lomond

Photo: Eddie Galvin (1)

Beinn Eich and Beinn Dubh from Balmaha, Loch Lomond

Beinn Eich and Beinn Dubh from Balmaha, Loch Lomond

Photo: Peter Kemp (1)

Me and my daughter on Ben Lomond last summer 2011 with more Clan behind - Welsh, English, Canadian and Italian/Canadian

Me and my daughter on Ben Lomond last summer 2011 with more Clan behind - Welsh, English, Canadian and Italian/Canadian

Photo: Neil Parry (1)

Brassington Church

Brassington Church

Photo: David Dayton (29)

Loch Lomond from Ben Lomond

Loch Lomond from Ben Lomond

Photo: Giles Steele (2)

Loch Lomond from near Balmaha

Loch Lomond from near Balmaha

Photo: Peter Kemp (3)

On Ben Lomond

On Ben Lomond

Photo: Heather Meek (1)

Me on Ben Lomond

Me on Ben Lomond

Photo: Julie Davis (1)

Me and Amanda on Ben Lomond

Me and Amanda on Ben Lomond

Photo: Christian Richardson (1)

Loch Lomond from near Balmaha

Loch Lomond from near Balmaha

Photo: Peter Kemp (4)

Jenn just coming off the top of Ben Lomond on a family holiday

Jenn just coming off the top of Ben Lomond on a family holiday

Photo: Neil Parry (2)

The summit of Ben Lomond

The summit of Ben Lomond

Photo: Giles Steele (1)

Me and work mates atop Ben Lomond

Me and work mates atop Ben Lomond

Photo: Maureen Quinnell (1)

Loch Lomond from near Balmaha

Loch Lomond from near Balmaha

Photo: Peter Kemp (5)

My daughter Faye and myself on route to Ben Lomond via Ptarmigan with Loch Lomond in the background

My daughter Faye and myself on route to Ben Lomond via Ptarmigan with Loch Lomond in the background

Photo: Ian Stone (1)

Loch Lomond from near Balmaha

Loch Lomond from near Balmaha

Photo: Peter Kemp (2)


. . . see just 10 walk photos from Walk st100 Ben Lomond and Ptarmigan from Rowardennan


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