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Our Gaelic culture

The Park has a rich place-name heritage, with hundreds of names coined in Gaelic. Learn about the language of our landscape and explore the meanings behind the Gaelic names in the National Park!

still-water-loch-lomond-with-wooden-poles-part-of-old-pier-jotting-out-of-water-and-three-ducks-swimming-morning-light Language of the landscape

Language of the landscape

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waterfall-surrounded-by-trees Waterfalls


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glen-finglas-reservoir-with-autumn-colours-forest-by-shore-two-boats-on-land-people-visible-next-to-one-of-them-illuminated-by-sunshine Islands of Loch Lomond

Islands of Loch Lomond

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panoramic-view-with-reflections Lochs, glens & straths

Lochs, glens & straths

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zoom-in-on-ben-arthur-or-cobbler-mountain-in-cowal-area-of-national-park-illuminated-by-sun-with-clouds-above-summit Mountains


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main-street-in-callander-old-stone-buildings-with-forest-canopy-visible-behind Settlements


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group-of-hairy-orange-highland-cows-on-frosty-field-breath-visible-stunning-landscape-of-loch-and-trees-behind Our Gaelic Language Plan

Our Gaelic Language Plan

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