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  • Walk in the Park



    The Loch Lomond and The Trossachs Countryside Trust is a partnership working together to conserve the stunning landscapes and rich native wildlife found within Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park.  We will also be improving local facilities so that more people can discover and enjoy some of Scotland’s most iconic countryside.

     Our work includes habitat restoration, invasive species management (particularly Rhododendron) and outdoor health projects within the National Park.

    Our vision can only be realised with participation from our partners and communities, so please get involved!

    Come and walk with us

    Our Walk in the Park’  project makes walking fun and accessible for everyone.  Our walks take place in Balloch, Aberfoyle, Callander and Killin.  They last between 30 and 45 minutes and you can choose to walk at a pace which suits you.

    No need to book simply turn up and join in ... everyone's welcome! It's also a great way to meet new people and we usually enjoy a coffee and a chat together after the walk. 

    Up to date information on walking schedules can be found here.

    One of our regular walkers was inspired to write a poem: A Free Walk in the Park. See if it inspires you to sign up!

    What should I expect?

    All of the walks aim to be accessible and interesting for everyone.

    • they last about 45 minutes
    • the routes are mostly flat, with slight inclines
    • they have good walking surfaces
    • some are around the town, others out in the countryside
    • Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park Rangers are on hand on some walks to provide specialist knowledge.
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