The Lochnagar Munros
Route details with 360° virtual tour, map, 3D model and GPX download of the route to the summit of these mountains in Scotland.
Route starts at the car park at Spittal of Glen Muick and travels in a clockwise direction to the following 5 Munros.
Munro – Broad Cairn – (‘Broad Hill’) – Altitude: 998 m (3,274 ft)
Munro – Cairn Bannoch – (‘Peaked Hill’) – Altitude: 1,012 m (3,320 ft)
Munro – Carn an t-Sagairt Mor – (‘Big Cairn of the Priest’) – Altitude: 1047 m (3435 ft)
Munro – Carn a’ Choire Bhoideach – (‘Peak of the Beautiful Corrie’) – Altitude: 1110 m (3641 ft)
Munro – Cac Carn Beag – (‘Little Loch of the Noisy Sound’) – Altitude: 1155 m (3789 ft)
Route Length: 17.5 miles Total Ascent: 3860 ft Surface: Rough/paths/pathless/road/
Average Walking Time: 5:30 h
Route starts at the Parking Area for Loch Muick Trails (Balmoral Estate), Ballater AB35 5SU.
Google maps directions to the route start can be found HERE
360° Virtual Tour
Click on the round 360 logo in the tour window below to move forward through the Munro route tour. Pan Around using your mouse or finger. Press the Map - Show/Hide button to see where you are on the route. The red photo location marker within the map points it's radar in the direction of the photos view. The compass within the tour window lets you know the direction of view and travel. If possible view on a VR Headset to feel like your there!
Maps - View - Print - GPX File Download
All routes on 360munros.co.uk are SUMMER Munro Bagging Routes.
Winter Munro routes with Ice/Snow can be extremely challenging and dangerous.
The downloading and use of GPX files or printing of maps from 360munros.co.uk by individuals or groups as a navigational aid is entirely at the risk of the user.
3D Model of the Lochnagar Munros
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The red line shows the route.
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