Whether you are looking to relax on the water;have a family day out near Glasgow or exercise along the ‘bonnie banks’~ Cruise Loch Lomond offer a variety of cruises on which you can escape the hustle and bustle, breathe the fresh air and enjoy the stunning scenery that is on our doorstep.
Loch Lomond is Scotland's premier holiday and day visit destination with outdoor pursuits, walking, cycling, golf, kayaking, hill climbing, water sports and much more. Visit this website to find out what is on and latest offers.
This site has hundreds of photographs and documents relating to Arrochar and Tarbet, Scotland collated by the heritage group.
A new long distance route linking Loch Lomond, The Gareloch and Loch Long.
Linking towns and villages on the west side of Loch Lomond between Balloch and Inveruglas, the Three Lochs Way is a generally low level, 52 kilometre route which can easily be walked in 3 to 4 days. The route also offers lots of attractive and interesting options for people seeking shorter day walks - and with some great downhill sections, mountainbikers are sure to enjoy the Three Lochs Way too. Total ascent over the whole route is approximately 900 metres.
Heading north towards Tarbet, Loch Lomond narrows and becomes enclosed by increasingly imposing mountains - the beginning of the Highlands. The Arrochar Alps, spread around the head of Loch Long and the west side of Ben Lomond, are a group of very steep and rocky mountains with real character. One of their number - the famous Cobbler - has as distinctive and remarkable an outline as any mountain in the country;these peaks are deservedly popular.
Inveraray Castle is the ancesteral home of the Duke of Argyll, Chief of the Clan Campbell, and an iconic attraction on the West Coast of Scotland.
Loch Katrine is steeped in history and natural beauty and is the Gateway to the Great Trossachs Forrest National Nature Reserve, in the heart of The National Park. It is the perfect place for a cruise, a leisurely walk or you could hire a bike.