Residents from villages along East Loch Lomond area are joining our fight against litter.
As an essential stop for West Highland Way walkers, home to our National Park Visitor Centre and a great base for climbing hills such as Conic Hill and Ben Lomond – the east side of Loch Lomond is a popular area to visit in the National Park. This means that it is often one of the busiest areas in the National Park often one of the busiest areas of the National Park and as such can sometimes see huge levels of littering.
To combat this issue, some residents in the area are backing our ‘Love it like a local’ litter campaign to welcome visitors back to the area after the lockdown and ask them to show the same level of respect to the area as they would their own home.
Here is a short video from resident Dave, inviting everyone to love the area like a local and bin their litter or take it home.
Please Note: The Conic Hill path is closed until Friday 31st March. There is no access to Conic Hill from either side. This work is the first phase of a package of essential maintenance and improvement works over the next three years.