Loch Lomond

Ben Lomond; Lomond Trossachs National Park, for Bed Breakfast Aberfoyle

Sunset on Loch Ard; Lomond & Trossachs National park, Aberfoyle

Loch Ard; by Aberfoyle, trossachs park

Trossachs Mist; Lomond Trossachs National Park,

Loch Lubnaig; West of Callender, Lomond Trosssachs Park, strathyre, balquhidder

Loch Arklet; Lomond Trossachs National Park, Arrochar Alps

Bed & Breakfast, trossachs park


 Balquhidder - Strathyre - Callander - Brig O Turk - Port of Menteith - Aberfoyle - Gartmore

 















Aberfoyle
Fairy Knoll
Bailly Nicol

 

Loch Lomond
 The loch is the biggest body of water in the National park, it is of course very beautiful as the song "The Bonnie, Bonnie, banks" attests to. There are numerous islands in the loch, 38 in total and some are inhabited. The biggest of these is Inchmurrin which also has an hotel.
 

The National Park has a visitors centre, "Lomond Shores", at the south of the loch in Balloch. This is worth a visit if you are in the area, parking is not a problem here and there is ample disabled facilities. There are also restaurants, cafes, and of course shops, walks etc.

Boats can be hired in this general area as well as at Tarbet and Ardlui. The loch extends over 24 miles from Balloch in the south to
 

 

Loch Lomond, main body of water in the lomond and trossachs national park
Photographs Courtesy of Photographscotland.com


There are numerous accommodation choices all around Loch Lomond, just use the navigation menus above and to the right to access information about villages and towns in this area

 

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