Tackle this mighty Munro, just a short distance from Tyndrum Holiday Park.


It is the most famous of four Munros that lie south of Glen Lochy and north of Loch Lomond. Whilst particularly stunning in the winter, Ben Lui is also good-looking all year round, with views that look even more handsome during those early summer mornings.


Ben Lui is a quick seventeen-minute drive from Tyndrum and there are several routes you can take to tackle the climb, each varying in difficulty.


The shortest ascent is from Glen Lochy to the east. Adventurers eventually get to a path that leads up through the forestry and onto the northwest ridge reaching the summit. This easy route can be taken either on foot or by bike – whatever floats your boat (or cycles your bike). The mountain can also be ascended through a longer, more scenic route from the northwest along Glen Cononish.


Ben Lui has five prominent ridges poking up from the summit, making it easy to notice. Four corries sit between these ridges including Coire Gaothaich – the mountain’s most celebrated feature. The peak also offers views over the Arrochar Alps to the south and the mountains of Glencoe to the north.


It’s a rewarding and picturesque climb that is just on your doorstep here at Tyndrum Holiday Park! So why not give it a go?


Being on the doorstep of The West Highland Way, Tyndrum is the perfect place to set up camp, stretch your legs, recharge and reconnect with the stunning Highland scenery.

With a range of accommodation options, from camping pitches, to deluxe glamping pods, it’s the ideal destination for your next staycation.