This straightforward Munro makes a pleasant walk with good views over Loch an Daimh, the Trossachs, Rannoch Moor and the mountains further north on a clear day. The route can be boggy in parts and is often combined with Stuchd an Lochain on the other side of the dam to make a full day.
Rough moorland which can be boggy at times, easy final broad ridge walk to summit.
No public transport to the start.
Loch an Daimh dam.
Hillwalking in Winter
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