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Schiehallion, Perth and Kinross

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  • Apparently Schiehallion is one of the easiest Munros to climb so we thought we'd give it a go. Easy to find and a good little car park, get there early though as gets full very quickly. Very steep ini...  more »
  • My first Munro. I found it hard going. We managed it in just over 5 hours. Personally I enjoyed the 'boulder mile' on approach to the summit. You can kid yourself into feeling like a proper mountainee...  more »
  • Parked at the Forestry Commission car park and followed the traditional route. Boulder field at the top does last for some time but the views from the top were magnificent  more »
  • Beautiful I'm not a hill walker but I made it up and down in 3hours with stops included. Definitely need proper walking shoes as right at the top no set path just lots of rock to clamber over.
  • Amazing views, great hiking expereince. If you love hikig, don't miss this place
  • Gorgeous, but while it may be one of the "easiest" Munros, that is very much a relative concept - I was an overweight smoker at the time I made the top, and really struggled, feeling the after effects in my legs for the next four days! I'd thought because I could happily cover long distances on foot, going up a mountain wouldn't be too much harder, but different muscle groups were involved, ones I hadn't really tested in years. Off the smokes now, and I will try again soon to see how much of a difference that makes!
  • Great peak, but very rocky to get to the top - you really should be wearing good boots/shoes. The path to near the summit is very well maintained, but to get to the top requires some clambering over large rocks with no path. Worth it though!
  • Turned up on a beautifully sunny day in Mid September with my two Scottish Terriers for a walk. The path up is easily traversable although as you go up there are a lot of rocky steps. If you can get up... do it! The views are simply stunning with views across to the Cairngorms and further afield.
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