New Visitor Leaflet for Clyde Sea Lochs Trail
New Clyde Sea Lochs Trail Leaflet to Highlight Trail and its Features
A new leaflet has been produced promoting the Clyde Sea Lochs Trail and highlighting its features to visitors and locals.
The Clyde Sea Lochs Trail stretches from Dumbarton Castle to Arrochar Village by way of the Clyde coastal route through the lochside settlements and the Rosneath Peninsula and leads visitors on a fascinating 65 mile journey of discovery around the northern shores of the Firth of Clyde and its beautiful sea lochs.
The trail includes castles, gardens, history, wildlife, seashore and woodland walks, coastal and mountain scenery, a Geocache trail, must see buildings and great places to eat, making it ideal for a day out, either touring by car, or by bike.
Visitors can use the map to see all the route possibilities and information panel locations, most of which have nearby carparks and offer picnic spots with views. There is also a geocache trail directly linked to the route as an added attraction. Journeys to specific parts of the route can also be made by public transport.
The new leaflet, sponsored by Balmillig Bed and Breakfast, Forest Holidays, Helensburgh & Lomond Chamber of Commerce and Friends of Our Park Visitor Giving Scheme, will help local businesses promote the route to their guests, customers and visitors, with the hope of influencing them to stay longer and explore some of the area's hidden gems.
The new leaflet will be launched at an event on 20 March 2018 in Helensburgh - find more details on the What's On page.