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Love Loch Lomond Brings Local Clyde Sea Lochs Trail Back to Life

Destination organisation Love Loch Lomond looks forward to celebrating the launch of the new Clyde Sea Lochs Trail in Helensburgh, including the unveiling of a set of new interpretation panels, on Monday 30th March.

Linking a necklace of coastal communities fringing the south western edge of the National Park, the trail leads visitors on a fascinating and scenic journey of discovery.

Featuring new panoramic and wildlife illustrations of every site, each panel is packed with information about the Clyde Sea Lochs, their origins, scenery, wildlife and communities.

There are nine panels to discover and each one is sited at a point of interest or stunning viewpoint. These can be found at the following locations:

Ardmore Point (car park); Denny Tank, Dumbarton; Helensburgh; Gareloch A817; Whistlefield; Arrochar; Clynder; Kilcreggan (pictured above - picture copyright Paul Saunders Media & Photography) and Cove.

All panels are easily accessible from the road and have good car park nearby. The panels contain information about local walking and cycling routes nearby and for geocaching enthusiasts there is a brand new set of caches themed around the Clyde Sea Lochs Trail.

Get full information on the panel points and geocaching information on the illustrated map.

Stuart Cordner, Chair of Love Loch Lomond said: "Love Loch Lomond is delighted to launch the Clyde Sea Lochs Trail. The new interpretation panels have been completely rewritten and designed, and now include a geocaching trail making the Clyde Sea Lochs an even more appealing area to visitors keen to get off the beaten track."

The official unveiling of new trail will take place on Monday 30th March at 1pm on Helensburgh Seafront (at the foot of John Street).

For more information and/or images contact Karen Donnelly, Project Manager, Love Loch Lomond manager@lovelochlomond.com

Telephone: 07425 175 950.

Notes to Editors:

Love Loch Lomond is an industry-led Destination Organisation, passionate about promoting the Loch Lomond, Strathendrick, West Dunbartonshire and Clyde Sea lochs area as a must-see, year-round quality destination. The vision for Love Loch Lomond is to grow the volume and value of tourism in the area around Loch Lomond and the Clyde Sea Lochs.  It will do this through focusing on the following three strategic objectives:

  • Love People: Aspire to be renowned as welcoming, friendly and truly exceptional hosts to our visitors and members.
  • Love Places: Offering truly exceptional access for visitors to explore our towns, landscapes and seascapes.
  • Love Experiences: Providing exceptional, memorable authentic experiences at every point of the customer journey.
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