Tuesday 25th August 2015


Ben Ledi Towers Above Callander on Bin Day

Corrieachrombie Bridge near the Car Park

Looking North over Loch Lubnaig to the Southern Crags of Meall Mor on the Graham Sgiath a' Chaise

An Area of Forestation on Route

Nearing the end of the Forest

One man and his dog Cross a Burn

Heading South to Round a Crag

The Corbett Beinn Each and the Munro Stuc a' Chroin Above Loch Lubnaig

The Town of Callander to the East

Last Look at Loch Lubnaig as we Round the end of the Crags and then Head North

Loch Venachar Below us to the South

In the West the Munro Ben Lomond Peeking over the Corbett Ben Venue

Loch Venachar from High up the N/W Ridge of Ben Ledi

Fell Runner and Walker with Loch Venachar in the Background

The Walker Heading Back Down

The Last Climb on the Summit

Fell Runner Taking a Photo from the Memorial Cross on Ben Ledi

Looking Back Towards Callander from the Summit

The Summit Trig Point of Ben Ledi

To the West the Glen Finglas Reservoir from the Summit

A Pair of Walkers Leaving the Summit of Ben Ledi

Looking back at Ben Ledi

Looking Forward to Benvane with the Twin Peaks of Stob Binnein and Ben More in the Distance

Lochan nan Corp a Fine Place for Lunch

Ben Ledi from Lochan nan Corp

Ben Ledi from Stuc Dhudh

Benvane from Stuc Dhudh

One of the Many ups and down on this Route

Looking Across over Peat Hags to Ben Ledi from the Near the Top of Benvane

Strathyre and the Northern end of Loch Lubnaig

Ben Ledi from the Summit of Benvane

Glen Finglas Reservoir now to the South from the Summit

Went North from the Summit then Down East to Enter the Forest to Eventually Reach the Shores of Loch Lubnaig

This Waterfall in the Forest Makes for a Nice Watering Hole

Just One of the Many Thistles on the Side of the Forest Track

Now for a Long Walk Back to the Car on a Disused Railway Line Which is now a Cycle Path

Loch Lubnaig in Early Evening Sunshine


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