Ben More

Stirling, Scotland

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About Ben More (Crianlarich)

Ben More (‘the great mountain’) is the highest of the Crianlarich group of hills, standing at an elevation of 1,174 m (3,852 ft). Its prominence is around 989 m (3,852 ft) and it is therefore both a Munro and classed as the sixth highest mountain in the British Isles. It has a distinctive pyramid shape and sits alongside the lesser peak Stob Binnein, in conjunction with which it is usually climbed.

The usual route of ascent begins at Benmore Farm on the A85, but Ben More is no easy climb: the ascent is almost relentlessly steep and in some boggy areas, there is no marked trail to follow. Inexperienced navigators should beware as conditions can be treacherous if the path is missed.

The summit is steep and triangular in shape, the south-east face of which is very craggy.

Stirling, Scotland
Latitude: 56.388212, Longitude: -4.53994

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