Walk: Loch Lomond, Scotland
Step into a springtime paradise at this tranquil RSPB reserve
Inversnaid overlooks the positively magical setting of Loch Lomond’s upper eastern side. For wildlife and wild land enthusiasts, this is a perfect place for a short but energetic walk to recharge your batteries after the long winter.
The remote nature of this area of the famous loch – which is roadless apart from the single, long and dramatic approach – adds to the appeal. At this time of year, it’s buzzing with life as the abundant flora and fauna explodes into the new season. On this rugged woodland walk you’ll also discover a hideout used by the Scottish folk hero Rob Roy and enjoy superb lochshore views.
Loch Lomond walk
O let them be left, wildness and wet;
Long live the weeds and the wilderness yet.
Loch Lomond map
HOW TO GET THERE
Inversnaid lies 14 miles north-west of the village of Aberfoyle and is accessed via the B829.
FIND OUT MORE
Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park
Further information about some of the things you can see and do in the national park.
Aberfoyle VisitScotland Information Centre
Main Street, Aberfoyle
The Forth Inn
Aberfoyle FK8 3UQ
A welcoming family-run hotel in the centre of Aberfoyle with homely bar meals and including outside tables.
Corrie Glen B&B
Aberfoyle FK8 3XF
Comfortable and spotless accomodation in a quiet setting with hill views.