If travelling by road, for the western side of the Loch Lomond, follow road signs for Dumbarton, then Balloch.
A large part of the Loch Lomond area comprises lochs and river estuaries and travel by water is a great way to visit us and explore our area.
A water bus services operate on Loch Lomond on a seasonal basis, linking villages such as Balloch, Balmaha, Luss, Rowardennan and Tarbet as well as some of the loch's islands.
The world famous West Highland Line runs along Loch Lomond. Recognised as one of the world's most scenic railways, it also stops at Helensburgh, Garelochhead, Arrochar/Tarbet and Ardlui on its way north, providing good access to the western and northern parts of Loch Lomond.
If you are feeling active, why not try the Clyde and Loch Lomond Cycleway. This popular route takes you from Glasgow to Loch Lomond along former railway lines and canal towpaths. Alternatively, the West Loch Lomond Cycle Path is a popular route that runs north from Balloch along the loch for 27km to Tarbet, where you can catch another train back to Glasgow and the central belt of Scotland.