GPS Cycle and Walking Routes


Loch Lomond and the Trossachs Walks

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Route NamePhotoDistanceDescription
Balloch Castle Country Park3 miles (4.5 km)Enjoy spectacular views of Loch Lomond in this beautiful country park in West Scotland. There are 200 acres to explore with nature trails, guided walks, peaceful woodland, a delightful walled garden and Balloch Castle which now serves as the visitor centre. You can stroll along the shoreline of the loch and then visit the Chinese Garden, Quarry Pond and the Secret Garden before enjoying refreshments at the loch side kiosk. View Full Details>>
Balmaha Forest1 miles (2 km)This walk takes you along Loch Lomond, through woodland to Craigie Fort. The walk starts from the Balmaha car park/visitor centre. It's a short climb to the fort from which there are super views across the loch. View Full Details>>
Beinn Dubh4 miles (6.5 km)This is a lovely walk to try if you are visiting the pretty Luss Village in the Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park. The short climb gives fabulous views over the surrounding area. View Full Details>>
Ben Ledi4 miles (7 km)Climb to this popular viewpoint on this challenging walk in the Trossachs. The mountain gives fabulous views over the woodland and lochs of the Queen Elizabeth Forest Park. View Full Details>>
Ben Lomond7 miles (11.5 km)Climb one of Scotland's most popular munros on this challenging walk in the Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park. The mountains sits on the eastern shore ofLoch Lomond rising to a height of 974 metres (3,196ft). The climb takes place on a good path with a steady gradient, starting from the Rowardennancar park. The first section takes you through woodland towards Coire Corrach. You continue the ascent to Sron Aonaich and Sithean before reaching the summit where there are fabulous views across Loch Lomond & the Trossachs National Park. View Full Details>>
Ben Lui5 miles (8 km)Climb to the 1,130m (3,710ft) summit of this famous Munro in the Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park. The peaks of Ben Lui are designated as a National Nature Reserve with lush mountain vegitation including saxifrages,mossesandlichens. View Full Details>>
Ben Venue9 miles (14 km)This challenging walk climbs the popular mountain of Ben Venue in the Trossachs. There's fabulous views over the surrounding mountains, lochs and forestry from the high points. View Full Details>>
Bracklinn Falls and Callander Crags3 miles (5 km)Enjoy a walk around this popular beauty spot in Callander in the Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park. These wonderful steep falls are set in a beautiful wooded gorge onKeltie Water, just a short walk from the town of Callander. View Full Details>>
Conic Hill2 miles (3.5 km)This popular climb to Conic Hill gives wonderful views over Loch Lomond View Full Details>>
Cowal Way57 miles (92 km)This stunning walk starts at Portavadie on the banks of Loch Fyne and heads to Inveruglas View Full Details>>
Duncryne Hill1 miles (1.5 km)This short climb takes you to the top of Duncryne hill near Gartocharn in the Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park View Full Details>>
Falls of Dochart1 miles (2 km)This short walk takes you from the town of Killin to the beautiful Falls of Dochart. You start in the town centre and follow a footpath through the town and along the River Dochart to the falls. It's a lovely setting with the white water crashing against rocks and flowing around the pretty Islands of Inchbuie. The river is surrounded by attractive woodland, with the lovely backdrop of the Highland Mountains. You can also visit the old watermill and cross the pretty little bridge over the river for even better views in both directions. View Full Details>>
Falls of Falloch1 miles (1 km)Visit these beautiful 'hidden' waterfalls on this short walk in the Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park View Full Details>>
Falls of Leny2 miles (4 km)Visit these beautiful falls on this short walk from Callander in the Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park. You can follow a cycling and walking trail along a dismantled railway line from Callander to the falls. It's about a 2.5 mile walk along the Garbh Uisge river and the forestry of Queen Elizabeth Forest Park. It's a splendid short route with the rushing waters of the river and views of Ben Ledi and the other surrounding mountains. View Full Details>>
Flanders Moss Nature Reserve1 miles (1 km)This delightful National Nature Reserve near Kippen has a 0 View Full Details>>
Glen Finglas11 miles (18 km)Enjoy a walk along Glen Finglas Reservoir and Finglas Water on this lovely walk in the Trossachs. The glen consists of miles of attractive woodland trails, open heathland, rushing streams, waterfalls and challenging hill climbs. There's lots of wildlife to look out for including red deer, golden eagles and black grouse. View Full Details>>
Glen Ogle8 miles (12.8 km)This lovely cycling and walking trail takes you along National Cycle Network Route 7 through the beautiful Glen Ogle. The route runs for about 8 miles along a traffic free pathfollowing the course of the formerCallander and Oban Railway from Killin to Loch Earn. There's a moderate climb in the first half of the route before descending to the loch. On the way you'll enjoy views of the Ogle Burn and the pretty Lochan Lairig Chaile. View Full Details>>
Inchcailloch Island2 miles (3 km)Follow the lovely nature trail around this small island on Loch Lomond View Full Details>>
Inchmahome Priory1 miles (1 km)Enjoy a stroll around Inchmahome Island on Lake Mentieth and explore the fascinating Inchmahome Priory. You can catch a boat to the island from the Port of Mentieth in the summer months. It's a special place where you can enjoy a stroll around the 13th century ruins of the priory before heading into the surrounding woodland. The ruins include cloister buildings, a church and a chapter house with a collection of stone memorials, including one of a 13th-century couple in a loving embrace. There's also a variety of wildlife to look out for and fine views across the lake to the other islands. Inchmahome Priory is located just a few miles east of Aberfoyle. View Full Details>>
Inversnaid Falls1 miles (2 km)Visit these beautiful falls next to Loch Lomond on this short walk View Full Details>>
Inversnaid Nature Trail1 miles (2 km)Follow the lovely nature trail in this RSPB reserve by Loch Lomond on this short walk. The route starts at the Inversnaid Hotel and follows the West Highland Way along the loch before climbing to oak woodland and open moorland where there are fabulous views. Look out for pied flycatchers, buzzards and woodpeckers on the way. View Full Details>>
Loch Ard4 miles (6 km)Enjoy a walk or cycle along the beautiful Loch Ard, near Aberfoyle in the Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park. View Full Details>>
Loch Arklet10 miles (16 km)This walk takes you through the lovely Glen Arklet in the Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park. On the way you will enjoy great views of Loch Arklet and pass the pretty Inversnaid Falls on Arklet Water. View Full Details>>
Loch Earn3 miles (5.5 km)Explore the eastern end of Loch Earn and climb to a lovely viewpoint on this short walk. You can start the walk from the car park on the St Fillans Road just to the east of St Fillans. From here you can climb up to the viewpoint above the loch, passing through the woodland of St Fillans Park. There's splendid views over the beautiful loch to Ben Vorlich. View Full Details>>
Loch Katrine13 miles (21 km)This super cycle and walking route takes you on the lochside path around Loch Katrine in the Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park. You start off at the Trossachs Pier and Visitor centre at the south eastern end of the loch where cycle hire is available. You then pick up the excellent tarmac path which starts off fairly flat but does have some climbs along the way. There are great views over the loch and to the surrounding hills and mountains. You'll also pass Glengyle House, the birthplace of Robert Roy MacGregor, theScottishoutlaw and folk hero. View Full Details>>
Loch Lubnaig9 miles (15 km)This cycling and walking route follows National Cycle Route 7 from Callander to Strathyre along Loch Lubnaig. It's a great traffic free path, running for just over 9 miles along the Garbh Uisge river before heading through the woodland of Queen Elizabeth Forest Park alongside the loch. The route finishes at the little village of Strathyreat the northern end of the water. View Full Details>>
Loch Tay2 miles (4 km)Enjoy a short walk to Loch Tay from the town of Killin in the Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park View Full Details>>
Loch Venachar and Loch Drunkie19 miles (30 km)This route in Queen Elizabeth Forest Park follows National Cycle Network Route 7 through the Achray Forest to two beautiful lochs in the Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park. The route starts in the village of Aberfoyle and follows good woodland paths to Lochan Reoidhte and then on to Loch Drunkie. You continue on more forest tracks before a long lochside stretch along Loch Venachar. There's great views across the water to the surrounding woodland, hills and mountains. View Full Details>>
Loch Voil9 miles (14.5 km)This walk visits Loch Voil and Loch Doine from the village of Balquhidder in the Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park. There's a nice, quiet country lane heading west from the village to the two beautiful lochs. It's a fairly flat path with some sections running right alongside the water. Along the way there's great views across the still waters to the park's forests, hills and mountains. It's about a 4.5 mile walk to the end of Loch Doine so around 9 miles there and back. View Full Details>>
Luss Village1 miles (2 km)Enjoy an easy circular walk around this delightful conservation village on the western shore of Loch Lomond. If you're visiting the Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park then Luss is one of the must see areas. You can catch boat trips from the pier, stroll along the pretty beach and then explore the delightful village with its pretty sandstone and slate cottages. View Full Details>>
Queen Elizabeth Forest Park3 miles (5 km)Enjoy miles of mountain bike trails and footpaths in this expansive forest in Perthshire. This 3 mile circular walk take you around the Lime Craig Trail from the excellent visitor centre in Aberfoyle. There's attractive oak woodland, waterfalls and a steep climb to Lime Craig. From the viewpoint there are excellent views ofBen Lomond, Ben Venue, Ben Ledi, the Carse of Stirling and the Campsie Fells. The area is great for wildlife too. Look out for red squirrels and crossbills as you make your way through the woods. View Full Details>>
Rob Roy Way79 miles (127 km)Follow in the footsteps of Robert Roy MacGregor, famous Scottish folk hero and outlaw of the early 18th century. The walk takes you across the Southern Highland of Scotland taking in some of the most beautiful countryside in the UK. Starting from Drymen on the West Highland Way it goes north east to finish in Pitlochry. View Full Details>>
The Cobbler Mountain6 miles (9 km)The Cobbler or Ben Arthur is one of the most popular climbs in the highlands. At 884m (2,900ft) it is not the highest of the Arrochar Alps but is considered the most spectacular. It gets its name from the distinctive, large rocky summit which look like acobblerbending over hislast. View Full Details>>
Three Lochs Way33 miles (53 km)This super route is suitable for both walkers and mountain bikers View Full Details>>
West Highland Way93 miles (150 km)This is a fabulous long distance walking and cycling* route from Milngavie, north of Glasgow, to Fort William in the Scottish Highlands. There's stunning scenery to enjoy with Lochs, mountains, rivers and waterfalls all dotted along the route. View Full Details>>

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