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Explore Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park the best way - on foot and with the services of an expert local guide
Maximise your enjoyment of the ascent of the National Park's best known “Munro” by joining us on this exciting, but less frequented route. Distance 11 kilometres. Height gain 974 metres.
Rendezvous point: Rowardennan National Park Visitor Centre.
Including a short boat trip to a beautiful and historic nature reserve on Loch Lomond, this is a fascinating 10 kilometre hill and island walk with a geological theme, stunning views and, if you are quiet and lucky, a chance of spotting some of the resident population of Fallow Deer. Additional ferry fare charge of £5 per person. Height gain 443 metres.
Rendezvous point: Balmaha Car Park National Park Visitor Centre.
Although not high enough to be rated a "Munro", the Cobbler's impressive crag rimmed corrie makes it the "must climb" of the Arrochar Alps. 8 kilometres; height gain 881 metres.
Rendezvous point: Succoth car park, Arrochar.
An absorbing 10 kilometre walking tour of a selection of the principal heritage sites in and around Helensburgh. Height gain 50 metres.
Rendezvous point: Clock Tower, Helensburgh Seafront.
A delightful 10 kilometre walk from Tarbet through beautifully wooded Glen Loin to Inveruglas - returning to Tarbet by Cruise Loch Lomond ferry. Additional ferry fare charge of £5 per person. Height gain 150 metres.
Rendezvous point: Tarbet(Loch Lomond) Main Car Park overlooking loch and pier.
This 12 kilometre round of Ben Dubh and Glen Luss gives unforgettable views over Loch Lomond, its island archipelago and the charming village of Luss. Height gain 700 metres.
Rendezvous point: Luss Village car park.
To book your place on a walk, call us on 01436 674922
Walks start at 10.00 am, finish around 5.00pm and can cost as little as £25 per person (see Prices and Booking).
Some routes involving boat trips have a small additional charge.
Transport to the rendezvous point may also be available - request details when booking.
You will need flexible clothing layers for warm, cold or wet conditions, shoes suitable for walking or (preferably)walking boots, and a small day pack to hold sunblock, spare clothing including a rainproof anorak, food and water. A good level of fitness is necessary for all walks which may be cancelled, rescheduled or curtailed due to insufficient take up, bad weather or any other reason which might affect the safety of the group. Your qualified guide is fully insured and will be carrying all necessary group safety and emergency equipment.