A quiet and undiscovered long distance walk, known as “Scotland in 57 miles” because you can experience the whole of Scotland on the path.
Loch Lomond & Cowal Way is a quiet and undiscovered long distance walk that runs the length of the Cowal Peninsula, beginning in the south of Cowal at Portavadie and winding its way up through the peninsula to end at Inveruglas on the shores of Loch Lomond.
Known as “Scotland in 57 miles”, you can experience the whole of Scotland along the way, with constantly changing scenery, coastlines, lochs, forests, hills and mountains. Take in heritage sites such as ruined castles, historic churches, stunning waterfalls and Viking graves, as well as an abundance of wildlife.
Although the route feels very remote in places, you are never too far from a main road. The walking surface varies and includes paths, beaches, forest roads, hill climbs and minor roads.
You’ll find over 100 businesses and attractions on or near Loch Lomond & Cowal Way, including a new luggage transfer service, hotels, spas, B&B’s, guest houses, campsites, cafes, restaurants, village shops, galleries, outdoor activity centres and much more.