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National Park Journey Planner

Our new Journey Planner app is a pilot project which gives you all the potential travel options for your journey in one place, making it easier to research, plan and book a day trip.


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Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park is one of the most popular visitor destinations in Scotland and can be reached by more than 50% of the country’s population within one hour by car. But, while it is recognised that not all areas of the National Park can be reached by public transport, there are alternatives to car travel for some of the most popular parts of the Park.

Using trains, buses, bikes and even walking to make up your journey are all more sustainable ways to travel, both taking pressure off already busy roads and car parks and doing your bit to reduce carbon emissions and tackle the climate emergency.

The new National Park Journey Planner is being trialled to encourage use of more sustainable modes of transport including public transport and cycling. You can try it on this page or download the app to your phone via Apple Store or Google Play.

The National Park Journey Planner allows you to:

  • Plan and pay for your journey
  • Check travel plans throughout the day (even when offline)
  • Check and compare the carbon impacts of different modes of travel

Plan your visit

Start planning your journey using the tool below, or download the app on:


Your feedback is important to us

This is a trial project which is part of a wider programme of sustainable travel initiatives supporting the National Park Authority’s longer term ambitions to tackle climate change and visitor pressures.

The pilot will also be used to gather valuable feedback and data on the demand for more transport services, to inform longer term planning on sustainable travel.

Your feedback will help us to improve this service.

Let us know your thoughts in the app support.

The National Park Journey Planner tool is one of three pilots which has been developed by Tactran as part of the Enable programme. The project is part funded by Transport Scotland. Leading delivery of the project are Tactran, Fuse Mobility, Ansons Consulting and SYSTRA Ltd.  

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