Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park is an area of diverse landscapes with four areas to visit.
Loch Lomond has the largest expanse of freshwater in Great Britain with the backdrop of the mountains, this really is the centrepiece of the National Park. There are endless opportunities for adventure including Clay pigeon shooting, game shooting, archery, salmon fishing, trout fishing and boat cruises to nearby islands on the loch.
The Trossachs have wild glens with glistening lochs between Callander and Aberfoyle "and is known as the Highlands in miniature". The Trossachs region of the National Park comprises the most popular central area including Aberfoyle, Loch Katrine pier, Brig o' Turk, Callander & Strathyre. There are plenty of events and festivals throughout the year and many visitors enjoy outdoor pursuits in the Queen Elizabeth Forest Park.
Argyll Forest Park is a favourite with visitors all year round offering the opportunity for walking, mountain biking, horse riding and fishing. Argyll Forest has it all from magnificent mountains, glens lochs and woodlands.
Breadalbane, Gaelic for “the high country”, is where the Scottish Highlands begin. Breadalbane is a land of giants. Ben Lui, Ben Challum, Ben More and Ben Vorlich are just some of Scotland’s finest Munro peaks that line the route from Tyndrum to Killin, down through Glen Ogle. When visiting Breadalbane you may be lucky to spot a variety of wildlife including deer and eagles.
Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park is ideally situated for touring within Scotland. The Highlands are to the north of the Loch. The West Coast and Islands are a short drive away and Central Scotland, Glasgow and Edinburgh are to the east.
Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park makes the perfect base for a short break or holiday with a wide choice of bed and breakfast / guest accommodation to choose from.>