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Ben A'an

Ben A'an

Postby findhornloon » Wed May 23, 2012 8:41 am

Route description: Ben A'an

Date walked: 22/04/2012

Distance: 10.3 km

Ascent: 400m

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A trek up Ben A'n then extended hill walk west to take in part of Loch Katrine.
Jesper on Ben A'an top with Loch Katrine as a backdrop.

Jesper and I enjoyed a very pleasant climb and walk with stunning views of the Trossachs.
Maybe nearby Ben Venue would have been more of a challenge,

Nice to go beyond the Ben to strike out on your own.
En route to the loch we came across this primeval scene, is that a head at the foot of the tree ?

After the peace and quiet of the trek a big shock when reaching the lochside peninsular at Ruinn Dubh Aird, people in a golf buggy dressed in Sunday best taking in the view, compensated by passing a 'very' elderly couple suitably dressed in good hill walking gear assisting each other to the lochside, I bet they have clocked up some miles and had some experiences in their time.

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