Having said that, there are certainly some that are easier than others – and suitable for those who have less experience of scaling the heights.
Here are 11 Munros that can be walked by beginners.
Before you set out on any expedition make sure you are aware of the latest advice from Scottish Mountain Rescue and plan accordingly.
5. Ben Vorlich
Set in the beautiful Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park, Ben Vorlich is perfect for beginners, with a straightforward ascent and views over Loch Earn. If you still have the energy afterwards, you can bag a second Munro at nearby Stuc a' Chroin.
6. Cairn Gorm
Surrounded by the grandeur of the Cairngorms National Park, the summit of Cairn Gorm may be high at 4,084 feet, but you get a sneaky head start as the car park is pretty high up itself.
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Another accessible adventure in the Cairngorms National Park, you can bag two Munros for the price of one by taking on the twin peaks of Mayar and Dreish, plus the bonus of a lovely walk through Glendoll Forest.
Photo: Mayar and Dreish
8. Mount Keen
Another peak in the Cairngorms National Park, Mount Keen is the most easterly Munro and offers a straightforward path to the top for climbing newbies.