Argyll Forest Park
Stretching from the Holy Loch, an inlet of the Firth of Clyde, to the jagged peaks of the Arrochar Alps, Argyll Forest Park is a great place to walk and cycle. Established in 1935, it’s Britain’s oldest Forest Park and has so much on offer. You can enjoy the park and its wildlife in three levels: drive the scenic roads, walk or cycle the many way-marked trails or climb up to the mountain tops and ridges where you can enjoy a panoramic view of the surrounding area. The park has some fantastic cross-country mountain biking routes. There’s a whole network of trails from Ardgartan that make for a great day out.