There are many Munros (Mountains over 3000ft) to “bag” in the area.
If your feeling brave (or daft!) you could try Martins Munro Challenge, which is to do the 4 Munros “across the road” from us. It’s about 15 miles and 1955m of ascent (about 6500ft). Ben Lui first, then Beinn A’ Chlebh, back to Lui then around Coire Ladigh to Ben Oss, then Beinn Dubhcraig. A line can be taken from here to Cononish Farm but will entail wet feet! If you complete the walk send us your photos and we will set up a rogues gallery on this web site. Now there is a challenge!
Nearest Munro’s as the budgie flies(km)

  • Beinn Dubhcraig (5.2)
  • Ben Challum (6)
  • Ben Oss (6.4)
  • Ben Lui (7.5)
  • Beinn Dorainn (7.6)
  • Creag Mhor (8.5)
  • Beinn A’ Chlebh (9.2)
  • Meal Glas (10)
  • Cruach Ardrain (11)
  • Beinn An Dothaidh (11)
  • Beinn Mhanach (12)
  • Beinn Heasgarnich (12)
  • An Casteal (12)
  • Sgiath Chuill (13)
  • Beinn Achladair (13)
  • Beinn Chabhair (14)
  • Stob Binnein (14)
  • Beinn A’Chreachain (14)
  • Beinn A’Chroin (15)
  • Beinn Tulachean (15)
  • Beinn Bauidhe (17)
  • Stob Choire Odhair (17)
  • Stob Ghabhar (18)
  • Ben Vorlich (19)
  • Beinn Eunach (20)

Within a 15 mile radius there are 37 Munros

  • Beinn Ime
  • Ben Vane
  • Ben Vorlich
  • Beinn Bauidhe
  • Ben Oss
  • Beinn A’ Chlebh
  • Ben Lui
  • Beinn Dubhcraig
  • Cruach Ardrain
  • Ben More
  • Cruach Ardrain
  • Stob Binnein
  • An Casteal
  • Beinn Tulachean
  • Beinn Chabhair
  • Beinn A’Chroin
  • Beinn A’Chreachain
  • Beinn Achladair
  • Beinn Mhanach
  • Beinn An Dothaidh
  • Beinn Dorain
  • Beinn Heasgarnich
  • Creag Mhor
  • Ben Challum
  • Sgiath Chuil
  • Meall Ghaordaidh
  • Stuchd An Lochain
  • Beinn A’Chochuill
  • Beinn Eunaich
  • Stob Diamh
  • Beinn Nan Aighenan
  • Ben Starav
  • Glas Beinn Mhor
  • Stob Coir An Albannaich
  • Meall Nan Gun
  • Stob Ghabhar
  • Stob A’Choire Odhair
  • Creise
  • Meall A’Bhuiridh

(All information kindly provided by our friend Martin)
For those of you new to hill walking and want the challenge of some munroes but don’t feel confident about your map reading skills then why not use a mountain guide?
Nic Fisher, a mountain leader, uses Glengarry as a base for his Scotland tours in September, October and November. Have a look at his web site www.hillwalkingholidays.co.uk

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