Ben Lomond

   

To the west of Glasgow (only thirty minutes by car) lies one of the world's most famous stretches of water.

Romanticised in song and poem, Loch Lomond remains a beautiful area for the visitor to explore.

In the summer months, the Loch is a favourite venue for water sports.

   


Luss Village

On the east side of the Loch, the West Highland Way passes Rowardennan on its route north.

While, on the west shore, picturesque little villages, such as Luss, still flourish. Here a nearby visitor's centre explores the history and geology of the loch.

   


Scots Pine at Firkin Bay

Heading north along the A82, the tourist has the choice at Tarbet to continue on to Crianlarich or to turn west and explore some of the beautiful sea lochs such as Loch Long, Loch Goil and Loch Fyne
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