Do you hike/climb/ski/ride/paddle? Do you have a dog? It seems to me that these are overlapping interests and people want to take their canine friends with them on their outdoor adventures. I certainly do and I'd like to meet new people who think similarly.
We could use this group to organise events such as hiking trips and/or to find partners for hiking/climbing/riding etc.
Ben Lawers - the tenth highest Munro - is the culminating point of the sprawling range of mountains on the north side of Loch Tay. Its great height is undermined by a high level car park to begin the ascent, and this is one of the most popular hills in Scotland. A second Munro - Beinn Ghlas - is crossed en-route and is barely noticed by many.
Clear path to summit but remember this walk is at a high level and is very exposed to bad weather.
Expected time is approx 4-6 hours depending on lunch stops, weather etc.
Appropriate walking gear and all-weather clothing should be worn/taken with you. Bring food/water for the day. Coffee stop in Killin on way back likely.
I'll have my dog Ace (terrier) and also Fergus (Labrador).