Opportunity to Discover the Clyde Sea Lochs: May Famtrip
The Clyde Sea Lochs Trail links coastal communities on the southwestern edge of the National Park, and leads you on a fascinating and scenic journey of discovery: an ideal trip to promote to your guests.
To assist visitors there are 13 attractive panels sited at points of interest or viewpoints and they are packed with interesting information about the Clyde Sealochs- their origins, scenery, wildlife and communities.
All panels are easily accessible from the road and have good car parking nearby - the trail is primarily aimed at visitors travelling by car.
Many of the panels have information about nearby walking routes and for geocaching enthusiasts there is a set of associated caches.
This familiarisation trip forms part of the ecotourism project organised by Friends of Loch Lomond & the Trossachs and is aimed at raising awareness of the rich natural and cultural heritage on your doorstep.
Who: Open to all tourism related businesses
When and Where: Wednesday 3rd May 2017
Depart from the Denny Tank in Dumbarton at 9.30am (or 10.30am if earlier start is difficult for your business). Return at 3.45pm.
Includes a delicious soup/sandwich lunch at the Cattle and Creel Restaurant in Helensburgh.
Cost: £15 per person.
Download a document HERE showing ALL locations of information panels on the trail.
How to register: To find out more or to reserve your spot, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01389 727761.