TROSSACHS PAGE ~ including The Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park
Summary of Attractions within this area;
Sail on the Sir Walter Scott Steam Ship on Loch Katrine.
View Loch Lomond by Boat as you cross from the East to West - or Tour the Islands to the South End of the Loch, also by boat.
Drive across Mountain Ranges and see the magnificent views of Lochs, Deer and Panoramic Highlands in the distance - some 50 miles and more away. From Glasgow, the village of Luss is a Must - very special conservation village with outstanding gardens ~ all nestled on the West of The Bonny Banks of Loch Lomond ~ Food and Boat Activities available!
Try an adventure course and study nature at the David Marshall Lodge - set within the Queen Elizabeth Forest Park near Aberfoyle - great for kids! Try the Zip Wire - Britain's longest - or simply go for a walk or cycle.
Kayaking or Canoeing on Loch Ard.
Try a Dram! On the edge of the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park are 3 Whisky Distilleries - let Benson Drive Scotland take you there and you take your time!
Do you like Antiques? In addition to various Scottish Souvenir Shops, with all things tartan, there is a place where you might find rare items on unique charm - ask and I shall tell!
Full details will be disclosed by email - so why not drop us a line!
The Trossachs – Up and Down and around – containing so many Lochs! – Big Puddles encased in Hills and Mountains, with the sun shining down to reflect the panoramic splendor of where Rob Roy MacGregor roamed.
He was called "A Rogue" - "A Scottish Robin Hood" - "The Highland Constable" - Very Arresting Presence - The Land and The Legend equally!
OPTION A – The Full Day to While Away:
West to Balmaha – Beautiful and Peaceful – Boats berthed and sheltered within the South Eastern corner of Loch Lomond – the route to Rowardennan leads to the Mountain of BEN LOMOND (for walkers, this is Scotland's 2nd. highest peak) - go on to the South West of the Loch and up to Luss – a village of quaint character that was the base for a Television Series.
Tyndrum and Crianlarich are North (leading to Glencoe, for the longer Tour).
On again South and to Killin, where you can stop and see the Falls of Dochart and buy some Scottish Craft Gifts along the way.
You might want to visit Rob Roy MacGregors grave near Balquhidder. Lots of places to stop and take a break and eat. This route leads to tranquil Loch Voil.
The journey continues down to Lochearnhead where again, a marina holds many boats and views that will stay with you. Back down through Strathyre Village and reaching Kilmahog Visitor Centre – you can progress according to need and base from there –South to Callander and Stirling, West to Aberfoyle via Loch Katrine. You will not be disappointed!
OPTION B - A Short Tour but iconic places that will never be matched for atmosphere!
Doune Castle and then on to the Lake of Menteith - we have a secret, special place of interest that you can find out about if you contact us by email - VISIT OUR CONTACT US PAGE - and then more as you wind around simply special and stunning Scottish Rural locations, significant to The Trossachs.
This is a recommended Tour for folks with only a limited day in part to enjoy a Scottish
Experience that they will always remember!