Keep up to date with news and what’s going on around Loch Lomond.
Calling all amateur photographers
The exclusive Hard Hat Tours of The Maid of the Loch have been so popular that they are now available on Saturdays and
Visitors set to benefit from diverse new retailers and services
Our friends at Downtown Publications have released the latest version of the In and around guide covering Loch Lomond, the Trossachs and the Clyde Sea Lochs.
Last month Loch Lomond Shores launched a photography competition and called out to all landscape and nature-focused amateur photographers to submit a photograph that they have taken here at Loch Lomond Shores.
Guest blog by John Stevenson of Scotland’s Wild: My top 5 Places to Visit in Loch Lomond and The Trossachs
Guest blog by Jason Clark, Marketing & Tourism Officer for Cycling, Forth Valley & Lomond LEADER.
Ben Lomond is Scotland's most southerly Munro and one of our most iconic mountains. It is protected and maintained by the National Trust for Scotland, which operates a ranger service from its base at Rowardennan on the east shore of Loch Lomond. Ben Lomond rises to 974m and is most easily accessed from Rowardennan, from where there is a well maintained, easy to follow, but strenuous route to the top that is tackled by over 30,000 walkers each year.