Ben Vorlich has an elevation of 943 m (3,094 ft). It is situated at the northwest point of Loch Lomond and towers above the nearby Loch Sloy. It forms part of the Arrochar Alps, a group of mountains located around the head of Loch Long, Loch Fyne and Loch Goil.
Unlike a lot of Scottish peaks there is no single route up. However, the most popular and quickest way up to the top can be made along the Sloy dam road. The start point is in the Inveruglas, a hamlet located on the west shore of Loch Lomond.
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|943 m (3,094 ft)||Scotland||Dunbartonshire|
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|56.27399826,-4.75509002||NN 2950 1247||OL39: Loch Lomond North|