Written by on August 12, 2018 in Scottish Mountains with 0 Comments

Just 3 days after bagging 3 more munros in a first visit to the Lawers Group, I headed into the heart of Perthshire to the west of Aberfeldy and parked up at the Braes of Foss. This time it was Schiehallion in my sights. Positioned just south of an east-west line between Loch Tummel  to the east and Loch Rannoch to the west, Schiehallion’s pyramid like shape and pointy top rising to a respectable 3,552 ft above a relatively flat area makes it easy to spot from across much of central Scotland.

Day/date: Tuesday 24 July, 2018

Munros: Schiehallion (no 53)

Start point: Braes of Foss Car park

Drive length: 2.10 hours

Walk length: 6 miles / 3 hours

Weather: Mix of sun and cloud, 21C at bottom, 12C on summit with light breeze

The summit of 3,552 ft Schiehallion with Loch Rannoch behind me.

Looking south to the Lawers Group.

Ben Lawers

Loch Tummel

Looking northeast

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