Ben Cruachan is a long rocky ridge of 1126 metres (3694 feet) classified as a Munro, located in Argyll and Bute, Scotland. It is a very popular mountain, is located between Loch Awe and Loch Etivem, being remarkable in many remote views. Beneath the central corrie is located a big underground hydro-electric power station. It presents steep and rocky tracks, with small sections of easy scrambling. The descent is grassy, which can be boggy in the end. Scramblers should be equipped with adequate footwear, ice-axe, crampons in snow conditions. It is frequently ascended making a circuit of Coire Cruachan with its water reservoir.