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On a wet Sunday afternoon we set out from Stirling for a leisurely drive of the Trossachs trail . We stopped off at Lake of Monteith , which is quite small , and the town of Aberfoyle. The drive through the forested hills gave magnificent...More
We have not walked the full trail but the walks from Callander are superb, using the old railway line walking and cycle route (route 7) + strayed off up to Samson’s Stone and up to Lenys Falls. Just stunning
Went this morning from Glen Finglas to Bochastle in a sleety raw day. Mileage of 5.4 miles from the car park at Glen Finglas where the visitors centre is. The map showed our route in Red, but couldn’t find any red arrows so headed straight...More
I went on the drive in the early to mid afternoon, the lighting was beautiful and I stopped many times to take pictures. There are plenty of places to pull over and stretch or take photos. There a few places around the loch at the...More
Fell upon the Trossachs trail loop by mistake whilst on route to woollen mills in Kilmahog(dodgy name). Turned out to be glorified gift shops so gave them a swift swerve and ended up on the Sir Walter Scott steamboat. Through some beautiful countryside down to...More
My husband and I enjoyed walking on several of the trails in Loch Lomand and the Trossachs National Park. It is a scenic and peaceful area. In most cases there is adequate parking near the trail heads and the lochs. We were able to find...More
I think over the last two days i have written about 18 reviews on scottish venues thats because they are all beautiful and well worth a visit and thr trossachs are another one well worth the visit ddfinately tske your time to visit