Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park
Scotland's first National Park boasts some of the most stunning scenery in the world.
From breath-taking mountains and glens, to the vast tranquil beauty of our Lochs.
Argyll's towns and villages are part of the designated Park area, and provide gateways to the beauties of Cowal, and the Argyll Forest and the west shore of Loch Lomond.
Towns, Villages and Lochs of the National Park
Located at the head of Loch Long, Arrochar is nestled amongst the high mountains of the Arrochar Alps and is popular with mountaineers due to its excellent road and rail links.
This small coastal hamlet is flanked by with steep, mountainous loch sides which provide dramatic scenery.
This a small village located on the shores of the Holy Loch, just north of Dunoon on the beautiful Cowal Peninsula.
The picturesque conservation village of Luss sits on the western shore of Loch Lomond and very popular stop.
A picturesque coastal village located at the northern tip of Loch Goil is enclosed by steep mountains and forests, with plentiful supply of visitor accommodation.
This small village is located in an area that separates Loch Lomond from the sea Loch Long.
The Holy Loch is also known as the Marine Gateway to The National Park and measures one mile wide by up to three miles long, depending on the tide.
Loch Lomond is one of the most popular destinations in Scotland. The loch, which famously features in the song ‘The Bonnie Banks o’ Loch Lomond’, extends north for 24 miles and is a popular access point to the the West Highlands.
This narrow seven-mile long stretch of Loch Eck is located on the Cowal peninsula, just north of Dunoon, and within the beautiful Argyll Forest Park.
A small sea loch on the western edge of the National Park, Loch Goil forms an arm of Loch Long and a coastal section of the Cowal Peninsula.
Loch Long is a sea loch extending 20 miles from the Firth of Clyde. Similar to a fjord, the loch forms a long indent with the coast of the Cowal Peninsula on one side and the entire western coastline of the Rosneath Peninsula on the other side.