Nevis Hill Walking Club, Saturday August 6 – Loch Awe

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Ben Cruachan, 1,126m, Munro – heaped hill
Stob Daimh, 998m, Munro – peak of the stag

Ben Cruachan is a huge massif with nine prominent peaks and is the highest point in Argyll and Bute.

This route takes in the central section of the massif, over the two Munros and two Munro Tops, in a circuit around the main corrie that encloses the upper reservoir of a major pumped storage scheme serving the hydro-electric power station located in a cavern inside the mountain.

16km, 1,561m ascent

For more details of the route visit www.nevishillwalking.club or the Nevis Hillwalking Club Facebook page.

Walks may change at short notice as a result of conditions on the day and Covid restrictions.

If you are a keen hill walker and want to know more about the club, participate in walks or are interested in becoming a member, contact enquiries@nevishillwalking.club