49 Reasons To Head To Loch Lomond And The Trossachs Immediately
Deep waters, wild glens, and crisp, fresh air. *Packs bags, grabs car keys.*
Loch Lomond is, of course, the star attraction.
Its crystal clear waters are the perfect place to dip your toes.
But there are plenty of other lochs to explore as well.
And Loch Katrine.
Not to mention Loch Lubnaig.
You can escape to one of the park's secluded islands.
You'll meet charming locals.
And see majestic ospreys, peregrines, eagles, and buzzards overhead...
...and fluffy ducks enjoying the scenery.
You can climb one of the awesome mountains.
You shouldn't miss the magnificent Ben Venue either.
If you don't feel like climbing a mountain, you can always visit stunning waterfalls.
And Bracklinn Falls are a photographer's dream.
The Trossachs are a super romantic place for a stroll.
The park is a pretty awesome place to watch the stars.
It's also a great place for a bike ride.
Don't worry if you don't want to row your own boat.
If you prefer to stay on dry land, why not try a spot of golf?
Or, for maximum excitement, head to Loch Ard.
If you want a calmer break there are lots of really lovely things to do.
Or hire a golf buggy and tour the bonny banks of Loch Katrine.
Like history? The national park has some incredible ruins to investigate.
Or if you prefer your architecture a little more structurally complete, you can always visit a castle.
The national park has inspired countless poets and artists.
It's also got its fair share of unusual mythology and supernatural stories.
Check out the super spooky Drovers Inn.
All this exploring will make you hungry, so it's lucky that there are lots of cracking places to eat.
The Wee Blether Tearoom serves the best toasties ever made.
Or head to the beautiful Inversnaid Bunkhouse, an old church converted into a restaurant and hostel.
You can also try some homemade ice cream at St Mocha Coffee Shop in Balmaha.
No visit is complete without one of their sundaes.
If you fancy splashing the cash head to the Mhor Hotel in Balquhidder for a delicious lunch or dinner.
Or, if you like your dinner and wine with a view, head to the Shore House Inn in Lochgoilhead.
You'll probably want to spend more than a day here, so it's handy there are lots of places to lay your head.
Or if you prefer a roof and four solid walls, put your feet up and relax at the luxurious Cameron House.
Wondering how to get to the park? You can always take a seaplane.
Whether you visit in winter...
...one thing's for sure:
You'll never want to leave.
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