Ben Lawers National Nature Reserve
Ben Lawers is the central Highlands' highest mountain, at 1,214m (3,984ft). From the summit you can get fantastic views over to Ben Lomond and Glencoe in the west and the high Cairngorms to the north.
The Trust's estate encompasses the southern slopes of the Ben Lawers and Tarmachan ranges, renowned for their arctic-alpine flora, but also offering a variety of scenic walking routes. Most of these are suitable for experienced walkers with the right equipment, but there are gentler routes too.
The Trust’s hill ground is a National Nature Reserve, noted especially for the arctic-alpine flora, and is of international importance.
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