No mention of ski touring on Ben Macdui would be complete without mentioning The five 4000ers: a classic long tour that takes in Cairngorm, Ben Madui, Angel's Peak, Cairn Toul and Braeriach. Whilst Scottish Munros may be … Rediscover Glencoe As restrictions slowly ease, while the tracks are still quiet and the activities aren’t all ‘booked out until October’, there is a rea … Covid-19 Recovery Phase 2/3 dates Walks around Fort William, Glencoe and Spean Bridge from our sister website Wild About Lochaber.See individual walking pages for OS maps. What's On In pictures: the 10 easiest Munros to bag There's no such thing as an easy Munro. There are plenty of Munros in the area, including one on the doorstep – the Ballachulish Horseshoe, Beinn a’ Bheithir (Sgorr Dhearg, Sgorr Dhonuill) and there are a further 6 in the Glencoe … Munros are mountains which are found across Scotland, named so after the mountaineer Sir Hugh Munro who first compiled a list of them. Near the summit of Ben Lomond. The most southerly Munro is a popular first to ‘bag’ thanks to clear paths to the top and the fact it's easy to get to from Edinburgh and Glasgow. Within the narrow confines of Glencoe, you can do 22 Munros. For accommodation in the Fort William … There are actually two Munro summits on this mountain, so you can easily bag 2 in a day. And if that sounds too easy, Roger Wild added Beinn Mheadhoin, Bein a' Bhuird and Ben Avon to complete a tour of eight munros … A Munro is a Scottish mountain with an elevation of more than 3,000 feet (914 metres), and you can ‘bag’ one by reaching the summit. 2 – Ben Vorlich, Loch Earn. Photo Brendan Howard / Shutterstock The second-most popular Munro after Ben Nevis, and for good reasons: Ben Lomond, the most southern of the Munros, … * Munros: … [3 boots, 5 miles, 5-6 hours] Schiehallion (Perthshire) Arguably one of the easiest Munros … After Ben Lomond, Ben Vorlich or ‘The Hill of the Bay’ at Loch Earn (don’t mistake this one for the one at Loch Lomond, below) is one of the most popular beginners Munros as it is easily accessible from both Edinburgh (in fact it is the closest Munro … On clear days, summit views stretch across the … That being said, there are several Scottish peaks which creep over the 3,000 feet mark that can … From the cottage you can easily do 8 easy Munros in a week and still have three days rest, golf, and cruising the Islands. These lofty peaks take their name from Sir Hugh Munro (1856–1919), whose groundbreaking list of the 283 highest mountains in Scotland was first published as Munro… Buachaille Etive Beag (Glencoe) A popular mountain with a straightforward path and easy terrain.