Glen Lednock

Summary for Glen Lednock

Glen Lednock is an region in Scotand and is located in the area Loch Lomond to Loch Tay as defined by SMC. There is only one munro on Glen Lednock.

Access: There is a public road leading 9km north to the dam on the Loch Lednock Reservoir
Transport: Bus: Perth - Crieff & Stirling - Crieff (Daily)
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Details for: Glen Lednock

Glen Lednock is situated to the north of Crieff running along the western side of the munro Ben Chonzie and leads to Ardeonaig on the southern banks of Loch Tay. The hills around here are much quieter than The Lawers Hills on the other site of Loch Tay.

The splendidly named Balnacoul Castle is a rocky 550m hill that looms above Ballindalloch on the south western side of the glen is perhaps the most interesting feature of the area especially for climbers.

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249 931 Ben Chonzie NN773308