Laetitia led a hiking tour to climb Ben Lomond, the Mountain in the Scottish Highlands that is mentioned in The Bonnie Banks o’ Loch Lomond. It is a Munro, that is, a mountain over three thousand feet in elevation. Sir Hugh Munro, who surveyed them in 1891, named them after himself. Mountain climbing enthusiasts who try to climb as many of the 282 Munros as they can are called “Munro baggers.”
Sir Hugh Munro ensured his fame
When he gave Scottish mountains his name
And those who complete
These climbs o’er 3 K feet
Are in the “Munro Baggers” game.