For more adventurous walkers, the Great Trossachs Path is the perfect walking trail. The route runs between Callander in the east and Inversnaid in the west, affording stunning views across the loch, hills and woodlands. Whether you decide to start in Callander or Inversnaid, this walking trail has several sections and terrains.
- 48km (30 mile) route
- Takes approximately 2-3 days to walk
- Experience all of Loch Lomond in one walk
- Steep inclines & various terrains
- 6 part route:
Inversnaid Pier to/ from RSPB Inversnaid Visitor Gateway = 2km (1.25 miles)
RSPB Inversnaid Visitor Gateway to/ from Stronachlachar = 6km (3.75 miles)
Stronachlachar to/ from Trossachs Pier = 20km (12.4 miles)
Trossachs Pier to/ from Glen Finglas Visitor Gateway, near to Brig o’ Turk = 9.7km (6 miles)
Glen Finglas Visitor Gateway, near Brig o’ Turk to/ from Kilmahog = 8.8km (5.5 miles)
Kilmahog to/ from Callander = 2km (1.25 miles)
Coping with the weather conditions in the Scottish mountains can be challenging, so it’s important that you check out what sort of weather can be expected and bring the right equipment. This includes warm, waterproof clothing when necessary, hiking books with ankle support, food and drink, as well as a map, torch and compass for emergencies.
Visit Loch Lomond
Whether you choose to embark on the three day hiking adventure, or choose to do one part of the route, our five-star Loch Lomond resort would make the ultimate base to relax, rejuvenate and replenish after a long day of walking. Relax by the pool, let our steam room, sauna and bubble pool melt away any muscle tension, or simply refuel in one of our four restaurants, before you retreat to your five-star room or suite.