Ben Ledi

Ben Ledi is the highest peak in the Trossachs, standing at 2884 feet. It’s also one of the most distinctive of hills in the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park, with it’s long ridge.

It gets its name from the Gaelic for Hill of the Slope, and promises walkers some stunning views over the Trossachs onto the peak of Ben Lomond.

The climb to the summit takes around 4 hours to complete, and starts from Stank car park which is roughly 3 miles north Callander.

Expect varying terrain with steep stretches including the climb to the peak, although this is not an overly challenging hike.

Distance: 6.25 miles
Time: 6 hrs
Ascent: 760m
Start Grid Ref: NN587091

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