Images of Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park
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  • Key Facts

    The National Park encompasses around 720 sq miles (1,865 sq km) of some of the finest scenery in Scotland and is split into four distinct areas.
     
    It is a place of contrasts from rolling lowland landscapes in the south to high mountains in the north, and has many lochs and rivers, forests and woodlands. It is also a living, working landscape which has been influenced by people for generations and is visited and enjoyed by many for its recreational value.


    The Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park became fully operational on 19 July 2002 and was officially opened by Princess Anne on 24 July 2002.

    Key Facts

    • The Park is 1,865 sq km (720 sq miles) and has a boundary length of 350km (220miles).
    • 50% of Scotland’s population lives within an hour’s drive of the National Park.
    • There are 21 Munros (mountains above 3,000ft) in the Park and the highest is Ben More at 1,174m.
    • There are 19 Corbetts (mountains between 2,500ft and 3,000ft).
    • There are 22 larger lochs, with numerous smaller lochs and lochans.
    • About 50 rivers and large burns.
    • 15,168 people live in the National Park (2011 census).
    • There are two Forest Parks – Queen Elizabeth in the Trossachs and Argyll in Cowal.
    • Ben Lomond National Memorial Park is Scotland’s national memorial to those who have died in conflict. Find out more at www.nts.org.uk