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  • Visiting the National Park

    The National Park boasts some of the most stunning scenery in the world from the breathtaking mountains and glens of
    the Trossachs to the vast tranquil beauty of Loch Lomond, mainland UK’s largest body of water.  There’s always more to explore here and activities to suit everyone, all of which is only enhanced by having Scotland’s first National Park as your backdrop. Before you start planning your National Park experience, take a moment to watch this short video, it might inspire you to try something new;

    National Parks aren’t just for the rugged outdoor explorers, they’re for everyone.  Whether it’s a sedate loch shore walk to calm your spirit or a day of munro bagging, a gentle cycle along a cycle path or a high octane mountain bike experience, a comfortable canoe around our islands or a bracing open water swim, you’ll find it here and then some. 

    There are many paths in the National Park that provide particularly good opportunities for the less able or those looking for easy gradients and smooth surfaces in a variety of scenic locations. Find out about all abilities activities.

    There’s so much to do we couldn’t possibly fit it all on one page so we’ve split up our suggestions into Land and Water based activities and put together some of our favourite things in our Days out. 

    50 reasons to visit Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park

    Read the Go Guides to discovering Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park so you can plan ahead to make the most of your trip!

    Tourist information

    For information on accommodation, places to eat, travel and things to do throughout the National Park, call or drop in to one of VisitScotland's Visitor Information Centres or visit: