ChooseThorntree Barn for a holiday let in Scotland
We are on the edge of Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park . This was Scotland’s fir Park and is an area of outstanding natural beauty with spectacular hills and mountains.. Loch Lomond is on of the largest expanses of water in the UK, providing a beautiful natural The Loch Lomond Waterbus is a great way to see the lakes as they criss cross throughout the water and give cycle opportunities between journeys. The waterbus has a number of routes and departure points, including Luss Pier, so do check your route before you travel.
Even better might be a flight on a seaplane taking off from Loch Lomond and seeing the wonderful landscape from the air
The park is made up of a number of lochs and over 700 sq miles of land to explore and peaks to climb.
On land you can expect to find a number of activities to take part in, whether walking at your own pace on the mapped out routes, cycling the many cycle paths in the park or taking on a climbing challenge with an experienced instructor, there is something for everyone to do. There is also a number of golf courses in the park for a more leisurely on land experience.
Walkers won’t be short of routes to explore, as the hills and mountains are perfect for this; if you are lucky you might even get to see a golden eagle soar overhead. Explore the hidden gem of Puck’s Glen, named after Puck from Shakespeare’s A Midsummer’s Night Dream, a mossy moderate walk on an easy to follow path, or if you want a better chance of seeing the golden eagle walk along the Bird of Prey trail in The Trossachs. Although a 40km trail you can follow the trail in a car, by bus or in parts on foot too.