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Ever since Sir Hector Munro published the first table of Scottish mountains over 3000 feet in 1891, climbing them has become a pastime - or even an obsession - for many.

The Achray House Hotel is ideally situated for Munro bagging in the Southern Highlands, with over 50 of the 284 Munro's within one hour's drive. There are also plenty of Corbetts (2,500 feet) and Grahams (2,000 feet) if you tire of the Munros.

Your hosts Alan and Jane are keen Munroists, having climbed all the local peaks, and can give you advice on summits and itineraries which will suit your objectives best.

We are happy to accommodate early starts, and can supply appropriate packed lunches for serious or more casual hill walking.

If the weather is less than kind, we have drying facilities for walking clothes and boots.

Start planning your holiday on the Scottish mountains now with the links below to information on the Munros within one hour's drive.

The nearest Munros (less then fifteen minutes drive away) are listed first.

Ben Vorlich Stuc a' Chroin Ben Chonzie
Sgiath Chuil Meall Glas Ben More
Stob Binnein Ben Challum Cruach Ardrain
Beinn Tulaichean Beinn Chabhair An Caisteal
Beinn a' Chroin Beinn Ghlas Ben Lawers
An Stuc Meall Corranaich Meall a' Choire Leith
Meall nan Tarmachan Meall Greigh Meall Garbh
Meall Ghaordaidh Beinn Heasgarnich Creag Mhor
Stuchd an Lochain Meall Buidhe Carn Gorm
Meall Garbh Carn Mairg Meall nan Aighean
Schiehallion Beinn Dubhchraig Ben Oss
Beinn a' Chleibh Ben Lui Beinn Dorain
Beinn an Dothaidh Beinn Achaladair Beinn a' Chreachain
Beinn Mhanach Ben Vorlich Ben Vane
Beinn Ime Beinn Narnain Beinn Eunaich
Beinn a' Chochuill Stob Diamh Ben Cruachan
Stob a' Choire Odhair Stob Ghabhar Meall a' Bhuiridh
Creise Stob Dearg Stob na Broige
Stob Coire Raineach Stob Dubh