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The National Cycle Network Route 7 (NCN 7) runs through the heart of the National Park, and takes in classic Trossachs scenery en route.
The route includes the villages like, Balloch, Drymen, Aberfoyle, Callander, Strathyre, Lochearnhead and Killin and allows excellent safe and predominantly off-road cycling. Highlights include the Glen Ogle viaduct on the railway path between Lochearnhead and Killin.
The Clyde and Loch Lomond Cycle Way (part of the NCN7) is a route from the heart of Glasgow into Balloch at Loch Lomond, almost entirely traffic-free and with a tarmac surface. The cycle way is 20 miles long and runs close to the railway allowing easy access to stations and follows parts of the disused Partick to Yoker railway from Glasgow to Clydebank, the towpath of the Forth and Clyde Canal through to Bowling and again an old railway.