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près de Arrochar, Scotland (United Kingdom)
There are spots for around 4-5 cars at the start, and there is also a new wide lay-by on the right side of the road about 100m north of the start point on the A83.
There is a relatively well marked path, faint and/or muddy at times. The climb is constant and at the very top you can see and follow the fence between Beinn Ime and the Cobbler.
When you get to that top section you can access Beinn Luibhean (see a previous walk I uploaded), Beinn Ime, The Cobbler or Beinn Narnain; you can also go on a long expedition down the valley to the north-east and access Ben Vane and Ben Vorlich, but the return to the car can be a very long forest track section.
Other than the mud and some small stream crossings, there are no difficulties. The glen is very shadowy, so it is likely to get ice even on a sunny day in winter.