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Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park
Walking Holiday in Scotland

This walk transverses the Scottish Trossacks National Park from west to east and is available as a self guided walking holiday.
Walking Holiday in Scotland The Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park is the first National Park of Scotland, officially opened in 2003. Loch Lomond is probably one of the most famous lochs in Scotland (after Loch Ness) and the surrounding area to the east of this loch is the region of the Trossachs. Our walking holiday starts just to the south of Loch Lomond and about 30km from Glasgow. The walk will follow a general north east direction following the Highland fault which was formed in the Ice Age. The total walk is 125 km long and can be walked in 6 days/7 nights. The Trossachs region to the east of the National Park is the so called ‘Rob Roy McGregor‘ country. Rob Roy, a so called Local Hero in some historians eyes and a villain in others, roamed the Trossachs countryside. He is buried only a short distance from our route. The region also has many great Lochs: Venachar, Lubnaig, Earn and Tay to name a few.
Tour Itinerary
67 miles/109 kms
Available May to September
Day 1: Arrive in Drymen
Your Scottish walking holiday can be easily reached from Glasgow or Edinburgh by train and bus.
Loch Ard Forest on walking holiday in Scotland
Day 2: Drymen to Aberfoyle  10 miles, 16 km
Today your walk takes you through Loch Ard Forest with views of Ben Lomond in the distance. The varied forest tracks take you through some old woodland and clearings with wonderful views. Underneath the ground flows the Loch Katrine water system which feeds Glasgow from the nearby loch. Aberfoyle is a wonderful picturesque village with its woollen visitor centre and small animal farm. Often in the summer months you will see exhibitions of sheep shearing, sheep dogs working and even birds of prey.
Day 3: Aberfoyle to Callander   10 miles, 16 km
You walk along the Scottish Highland fault today with low lands to the south and high lands to the north. A spectacular walk. Crossing the hills you can see Loch Venachar and Ben Ledi in the distance. In Callander there are many places to eat and visit. Nearby are the woollen mills visitor centres, within the Tourist information centre is the Rob Roy Visitor attraction giving you some further information about this well known Scottish hero.
Day 4: Callander to Lochearnhead   13 miles, 21 km
A beautiful hike alongside the Falls of Leny and Loch Lubnaig to Strathrye using part of the Scottish National Cycle Network as your walk way. Wonder at the colours across the Loch as you walk beside it with the sky and tree covered hills reflecting in the water. After a break at Strathyre maybe in the local pub, continue onto Lochearnhead located at the western end of the great Loch Earn.
Dochart Falls on walking holiday in Scotland Day 5: Lochearnhead to Killin/Ardeonaig   11-14 miles, 19-23 km
Today walk passes very close to Rob Roy McGregor Grave (short detour) in Balquhidder the chieftain made famous by the recent film ‘Rob Roy'. From here you have a gentle walk up Glen Ogle to Killin, the lovely Highland village On the Falls of Dochart. We also use an alternative stop part way along Loch Tay in a very romantic hotel and fabulous restaurant run by an award winning chef. (Not available during September due to Deer Stalking).
Day 6: Killin/Ardeonaig to Aberfeldy   11-15 miles, 19-24 km
The route has some fantastic views across Loch Tay towards Ben Lawres at over 3000 feet. Along the way you will pass the Scottish Crannog centre showing life on the Loch during the iron age. Kenmore at the far end of the Loch is a wonderful historic village in which to stay for the night.
Day 7: Aberfeldy to Pitlochry   11 miles, 18 km
Firstly on some minor roads and tracks before climbing over the moorlands to Pitlochry and across the Fish and Dam Ladder. Pitlochry is a bustling Victorian town greatly used in the 1800’s by the rich Scottish gentry from Edinburgh and Glasgow, now a busy holiday town. Two distilleries nearby to visit along with the beautiful Blair Castle a short bus ride away. It's well worth staying an extra night in Pitlochry to maybe recover and visit the Castle.
Day 8: Walking Holiday Complete
Your walking holiday is complete after breakfast, or stay an extra day.
Walks from 5 to 7.5 hours with climbs up to around 600m on a few days.
Standard – 3 star Hotels / Guest houses / Inns

What your Scottish Walking
holiday includes

  • 7 nights Bed and breakfast
  • 3 and 4 star graded STB hotels / guest houses
  • information pack
  • PHOTO instructions
  • luggage transfer
  • details on tourist attractions
  • details of restaurants for evening dinners
  • transfers as per schedule

Seven nights from £495 per person
double occupancy

All prices subject to change

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  • transport before and after tour
  • single rooms
  • entrance to attractions
  • public transport
  • lunches dinners and snacks
  • half board available on request
  • travel insurance
How to get there
By Plane to Edinburgh or Glasgow airport where trains are available to Dryman and from Pitlochry. Private car transfers are also available at extra cost.
By Car to Glasgow where you can take a train and bus to Dryman , transfers available back to Glasgow on request ( extra cost )
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