Walking Around Loch Lomond
Take the high road (or the low road) from the western central belt and you're sure to arrive on the shores of Loch Lomond.
Within Scotland's first national park, Loch Lomond is the UK's largest freshwater expanse and one of its most picturesque. The Park extends into the Trossachs where you'll find wild glens, sparkling lochs and the pretty towns of Callander and Aberfoyle, which are useful bases for walkers to this area.
For walkers there are many options and for all abilities. Take a waymarked walk through Queen Elizabeth Forest Park, climb lofty Ben Lomond or Ben Arthur (the Cobbler) or walk sections of Scotland's oldest long distance route, the West Highland Way.