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Ben Chonzie is the highest point of the heathery moorlands to the north of Crieff. Its finest side is to the east above Glen Turret, but it is more frequently and quickly climbed using tracks from the west.
Altitude: 931 metres
Detailed route description and map
Other routes and challenges
A longer route crossing rougher ground and requiring more experience starts from the Loch Turret dam. Use the track up the east side of the loch, eventually making for Lochan Uaine. From here aim north at first, avoiding broken crags, before crossing the plateau to the summit. The return can be made over Meall na Seide and Carn Chois; see trip reports below.