Meall Glas is a mountain situated in the north of the National Park with a summit of 959 metres classifying it as a Munro. Meall Glas can be climbed from either Glen Dochart or Glen Lochay. The southern approach from Glen Dochart is the most popular because of ease of access by car. The route starts at Auchessan.
The mountain has a considerable rise of 554 metres and is a good viewpoint, with the Mamlorn peaks around the head of Glen Lochay and the Crianlarich hills to the south west looking especially fine.
If you need accommodation when you visit there are loads of bed and breakfasts that cater for hikers and climbers.