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National park celebrates ‘wee hills with big views’

YOU don’t have to be an experienced hillwalker to enjoy Scotland’s most spectacular views.

Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park boasts a range of ‘wee hills with big views’ that can be enjoyed by people of all levels of fitness and experience.

With excellent transport links and less than an hour’s drive for 50 per cent of Scotland’s population, it is easy to get to the park and start enjoying these little gems.

■ Ben A’an: in the Trossachs, the 4km walk up this lovely peak offers a surprisingly big experience with many of the ingredients of a mountain hike such as an atmospheric forest, open moorlands, views of crags and a superb vista of the surrounding landscape at the top.

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