Images of Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park

Walking

Whether it's enjoying a gentle country stroll through woodland or a breezy coastal walk, trekking long distance routes or scrambling amidst the majestic mountains, Loch Lomond & The Trossachs' breathtaking landscapes provide the perfect backdrop.

Queen Elizabeth Forest Park and Argyll Forest Park are fantastic outdoor resources and provide free access to beautiful, natural spaces all year round. They are great places to exercise, with many excellent woodland trails for walking, running, cycling and horse riding. For more information pick up a copy of the leaflet Woodland Walks in the National Park from Forestry Commission Scotland Centres at David Marshall Lodge or Ardgartan or National Park Centres.
 
Why not discover the beautiful and varied countryside of the Park by attending one of the many walking festivals that take place throughout the year? Guided walks are a good way to get exercise and learn about the wonderful flora and fauna of the Park at the same time!

Everyone has the right to be on most land and inland water for recreation, education and for going from place to place providing they act responsibly. Your access rights and responsibilities are explained fully in the Scottish Outdoor Access Code.

The Park offers many great walks that can be enjoyed with your dog. Advice on how the Outdoor Access Code applies to dog owners and how you and your pet can have a safe and enjoyable walk can be found at Dogs and dog walking - Outdoor Access Scotland.

Advice for dog owners in relation to poisonous plants can be found at Scottish Government