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Sat, 26 Feb



Get On Yer Hike10

Experience the beauty and wonder of Crieff. Ben Chonzie, also known as Ben-y Hone (Gaelic Beinn a' Chòinnich, meaning "mossy mountain"), is a Scottish mountain situated eleven kilometres northwest of Crieff. It stands at 931 m (3054 ft).

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Get On Yer Hike10
Get On Yer Hike10

Time & Location

26 Feb 2022, 08:00

Comrie, Invergeldi, Comrie, Crieff PH6 2LY, UK

About the Event

Ben Chonzie 

is the highest point of the heathery moorlands to the north of Crieff. Its finest side is to the east above Glen Turret, but it is more frequently and quickly climbed using tracks from the west.

An easier ascent by Munro standards, Ben Chonzie can be climbed in a long half day and is the highest summit in a large area of heather moorland.


Easy track and then moorland with a path (indistinct in places), short boggy section.

Fitness and Safety

Please note we will be climbing 712m with some steep terrain.  Distance will be 12.5 km.  You will need a reasonable level of fitness and walking ability to be able to complete this.

Please do assess your own level of fitness to ensure you are confident you will be able to complete the hike.  If you want to build up to this level and would like some shorter hikes let us know and we will see if we can arrange this.

Get On Yer Hike is a community group.  By coming on these hike you agree to take full responsibility for your own safety.  You will have and require the correct kit and knowledge to navigate munros safely without causing harm to yourself or others.  There will be people on the hike who know the route but you agree to take full responsibilty for your own safety.

Distance:  12.5 km

Walking will be around 4-5 hours and include climbing some steep terrain.

Only 12 spaces availabe so book fast.

Required Kit

Ensure you appropriate kit with you.  See kit list in menu for a list of desired equipment for hiking.  Boots suitable for walking, warm clothing, waterproofs and water bottle essential.  As we are now into autumn and approaching winter please be prepared with your kit for winter weather. 

Where to Meet

Please be at car park at Crieff, Invergeldi, Comrie, Crieff PH6 2LY kitted up and ready to leave for hike at 8am.  Please don't be late as we don't want people waiting around in the cold.  

Google Maps location of car park.

Wild Camping - no wild camping on this occasion.

If you prefer you can choose to wild camp near the car park the night before.  Please join our Whatsapp group to be kept informed of details for wild camping.  If you are doing so please follow this guidance on wild camping.

Dealing with emergency poo situations in the outdoors

Please bring toilet paper, a disposable bag and hand sanitiser (a backpaking trowel can come in handy for digging a hole).  Please read this advice for dealing with emergency poo.


Download the free OS Locate app to help you find your grid reference if needed.  Some helpful apps for navigation here.


Learn how to avoid and treat ticks here.


Learn how to avoid midges here.

Get On Yer Hike Shop

See our online shop for emergency bivvy bags and tick removers.

Government Guidelines

The latest Scottish government guidelines state:

"Organised outdoor non-contact sports, exercise, personal training and coaching are permitted in groups of up to 15 people (including coaches and instructors), providing appropriate guidance is followed."

We will be following Mountaineering Scotland's Guidance for Hillwalking during COVID-19

This includes the following advice:

Follow the current Scottish Government advice (FACTS):

  • Facecoverings
  • Avoid crowded places
  • Clean hands regularly
  • Two metre distance
  • Self-isolate (10 days) and book a test if you have symptoms
  • Be cautious of touching surfaces eg gates, stiles and clean your hands if you do touch a hard surface.
  • Avoid sharing food, drink or equipment with other people.
  • Be self-sufficient and plan ahead to minimise potential contact with others by avoiding stops for fuel and using other facilities out-with your area where possible. Take everything you need withyou including food, drink and a bag to put your litter in and #TakItHame.
  • Car sharing and public transport - follow the current guidelines on the Transport Scotlandwebsite


  • Hike For 1

    The suggested donation for these events is £20. This will be split 50/50. 50% will go to an orphan's village in Haiti to feed and educate orphans ( ) The other 50% will go into a Get On Yer Hike fund to buy essential kit for safety etc

    +£0.50 service fee
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