Sron a’ Chlachain is a strenuous hike which is situated on the west side of Killin. Walking enthusiasts and hikers are rewarded with the most beautiful views towards Killin and over Loch Tay following the short and sharp trail through oak woodland.
- 3km (1.85 mile) long
- Starting point is McLaren Hall Carpark, FK21 8UW (See Google Maps for Directions)
- Takes approximately 2.5 hours
- 400m high (1,312ft)
- Reveals a gorgeous view of Loch Tay
- Short but challenging route
Coping with the weather conditions in the Scottish mountains can be challenging, so it’s important that you check out what sort of weather can be expected and bring the right equipment. This includes warm, waterproof clothing when necessary, hiking books with ankle support, food and drink, as well as a map, torch and compass for emergencies.
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After your challenging hike, retreat to one of the most beloved 5-star resorts in Scotland and experience an unforgettable Loch Lomond break. Fall head over heels with the stunning Loch Lomond landscape, be stunned by our luxurious hotel suites, and let our steam room, sauna and bubble pool melt away any muscle tension.