At 3,193ft (974m), Ben Lomond is the highest part of the land area cared for by the National Trust for Scotland, which encompasses the fields and woodlands of the lower slopes, moorland, crags, and peatland.
The summit offers incredible views of Loch Lomond and its islands, with views of highland mountain ranges to the north.
Local wildlife include ravens, ptarmigan, skylarks, wheatears, pine martens, and black grouse.
The Ardess Hidden History Trail, 1 mile in length, offers keen insight into the mountain's human history, and a replica of a thatched cruck-framed building demonstrates the kind of structures that would have stood on Ben Lomond 300 years ago.
Guided tours are also available to book.