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If your looking for a little challenge the Schiehallion is less than 50 min drive.
Schiehallion in Perthshire is one of Scotland's best known landmarks and hills. Translated as ‘fairy hill of the Caledonians’, Schiehallion is 3,547 ft (1,083 m) high, has an almost perfect conical shape when viewed from the west and enjoys a splendid isolation from other peaks. Hillwalkers, locals…
Perfect for hillwalkers. Beautiful Mountain to climb, not too steep and amazing views on a clear day. Be sure to get there early though, because the parking can get very busy during peak periods.
A stunning iconic Munro due to her shape. Fantastic to photograph from various places on the ground or get your walking boots on and hike up to the summit. There is a path most of the way.
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“This beautiful short walk is extremely popular. Popularised in a song by Robert Burns, the fine walk up the steep gorge of the Moness burn reveals several waterfalls. Excellent way-marked path. The walk passes above steep drops but there are handrails for much of the route. Distance 2.2. miles. ”
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