Decided to take the kids to see the mountain and go for a walk, parked in the car park to have a picnic and then walked up the the nature reserve. The walk is well signposted with lots of information on what to look for, you initially walk alongside a stream and then up onto the higher ground. The scenery... 更多
We were advised to the this drive by our bed and breakfast host. So glad we did, it was truly amazing and not to be missed. We took our time and really enjoyed the amazing views.
Ben Lawers is a challenging walk on well maintained paths from the Ben Lawers nature reserve car park. If you plan to walk via the summit of Beinn Ghlas it is best to allow 5-6hrs for the walk to the summit and back. Be aware that the weather is very changeable so you need to be kitted out for all... 更多
Not knowing the area at all, we parked up in the Ben Lawers Nature Reserve car park (which only cost £2 for the day) and read all the information boards before deciding to climb Beinn Ghlas and Ben Lawers. The fenced off nature reserve part of the walk was beautiful and had it's own nature trail that you could follow... 更多
Amazing views and some beautiful plants and wildlife highly recommend going here. We drove up to the dam from the A827 taking a small minor road, which has some great views and is a straightforward drive with a steady incline. Lots of passing places but beware of idiots using as a racetrack....particularly if any contractor jeeps are about! Wouldn't use... 更多
Great place for a walk....there is a suggested route, with clearly-marked paths and an interesting booklet which tells you about what you can see. You can do just the one-mile circuit, or go on higher up. It is slightly uneven in places, and you do need to be careful that you don't trip over a rock as I did, as... 更多
Even from the car park the views are spectacular and this is a good starting point for different lengths of walk but also allows those unable, or unwilling to walk, to enjoy the scenery.
Quite a munro, this - steep sometimes, but worth climbing! Very well marked ways, starting at a moor and then through open lands, sometimes stony. If you choose a fog-free day, you enjoy breathtaking views over Loch Tay and the Grampian hills.