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It took us 3 hours to climb it, but it was worth it

Ben More is the highest point on the Isle of Mull, at 3169 ft above sea level. Anything above 3000... read more

Reviewed 3 October 2018
Mark C
Bath, United Kingdom
Make sure you choose a nice day to go up

Climbed Ben More via the tourist route from Dhseig. Nice enough views when dry but weather very... read more

Reviewed 22 September 2018
Adam D
via mobile
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Reviewed 3 October 2018

Ben More is the highest point on the Isle of Mull, at 3169 ft above sea level. Anything above 3000 ft is called a Munro in Scotland. Starting from Loch Na Keal, we started the climb, with water and chocolate, and steadily made our way...More

Thank Mark C
Reviewed 22 September 2018 via mobile

Climbed Ben More via the tourist route from Dhseig. Nice enough views when dry but weather very changeable so went between soaked and suntan! Just going to see the waterfalls about half way up is worth it

Thank Adam D
Reviewed 10 June 2018

I like climbing mountains on islands. In Scotland they are for the most part not as high as their mainland counterparts but they make up for this with a close proximity to the sea and the quality of light this brings. Ben More is no...More

1  Thank Stephen O
Reviewed 14 May 2018 via mobile

I was extremely lucky with the weather and had a perfectly clear day to walk to the summit, the walk itself was moderate difficulty with a lack of a path on certain sections. If the weather was foggy then you would probably need to work...More

Thank Mark R
Reviewed 30 April 2018

I've now been up Ben More on three occasions but I never tire of it! Each climb has been different, the route, the weather and the company! This time we wild camped at the base and watched the sun go down with a gin in...More

Thank Jan B
Reviewed 17 April 2018

Great place to bag a munro! Stunning hike with beautiful clear water. We went up during the easter break and it was dry, clear and sunny. The bottom of the munro can be quite boggy. Once you reach the top the scenery and views are...More

2  Thank littlerandom01
Reviewed 2 November 2017

Stunningly beautiful hike. We went in late October during the off-season. It was very wet and boggy for the first 2/3's so we had to earn our way up. It was pretty foggy up top so we didn't see as much as we could have...More

Thank Kerry M
Reviewed 19 October 2017

The Isle of Mull guarded by its towering peak, Ben More, is my favourite place in the UK. An easy drive from the north of England or Edinburge/Glasgow via Inverary for a stop overnight and next day a short hour or so drive to Oban...More

2  Thank Greg E
Reviewed 30 April 2017

Lovely mountain area with breathtaking scenery of the coast and the mountain pass. Lots of wildlife in the area as well as the local sheep and lambs.

Thank Pam D
Reviewed 9 October 2016 via mobile

Got lucky with the weather and climbed Ben More on a beautifully sunny and warm October day. Great views throughout the climb. Easy to follow track from parking (on the grass verge on the road) up to the summit. Really enjoyed climbing my first Munro!

Thank LS3005
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