Ben Cleuch stands at 721 m (2,365 ft). It is the highest point in the county of Clackmannanshire and sits within the Ochil Hills, a range of hills north of the Forth Valley. It is one of the most popular hill walks in central Scotland.
There are many possible routes to the summit. The easiest route starts at Mill St, Tillicoultry, just south of the summit along the A91. A trig point set within a stone shelter marks the peak. With good visibility, views stretch far to the north and south, with the Forth bridges and Edinburgh visible on a good day.
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|721 m (2,365 ft)||Scotland||Clackmannanshire|
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