A 1130m Munro mountain located at the head of Glen Fyne in Southern Highlands. An alternative steeper and challenging ascent of Ben Lui can be achieved from the Forestry Commission car park along the A85 in Glen Lochy. This route crosses the River Lochy, advisable to ford at low levels, before stooping low under a water flume below the Glasgow to Oban railway line.
Approaching the south-eastern flank of the summit is the sobering site of an RAF Lockheed Hudson that crashed during the Second World War which can be found in a precarious and isolated gully with rocky crags and cliffs.
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