Clyde Sea Lochs Trail Fresh for Exploring
Locals and visitors can now enjoy an enhanced journey of discovery along the Clyde Sea Lochs Trail, with the addition of new visitor panels taking the total to thirteen to boost the trail.
The new visitor information panels connect a string of coastal communities fringing the south western edge of the National Park between Dumbarton and Arrochar.
The newly enhanced Clyde Sea Lochs Trail, which has its own map and geocaching co-ordinates, is perfect for exploring the area’s history, heritage and wildlife; with friends and family, by bike, or touring by car.
Visitors can enjoy four new panels at Dumbarton Castle, Cardross, Helensburgh East Bay and Rhu.
Anne Urquhart, a Director of Love Loch Lomond said: “The idea behind the Clyde Sea Lochs Trail is to encourage visitors and local residents to explore the villages, towns and other attractions along the Clyde Sea Lochs edge, A814 and the Rosneath Peninsula. The In and Around Loch Lomond visitor guide contains a featured article which describes a little more about the Trail, and is available from various local outlets.
Anne continued, "We would really encourage locals to explore the local area so they can recommend and share this wonderful area to others”.
Find out more about the Clyde Sea Lochs Trail here.