- 1 Is Loch Lomond worth visiting?
- 2 How long do you need in Loch Lomond?
- 3 What is there to do at Loch Lomond Shores?
- 4 How do I explore Loch Lomond?
- 5 Which is better Loch Ness or Loch Lomond?
- 6 What is Loch Lomond famous for?
- 7 Can you walk around Loch Lomond?
- 8 Is Loch Lomond in the highlands?
- 9 Is Loch Lomond Open?
- 10 Is Loch Lomond free?
- 11 Are toilets Open at Loch Lomond Shores?
- 12 Is Loch Lomond Shores dog friendly?
- 13 Is there a beach at Loch Lomond?
- 14 Where can I stop Loch Lomond?
- 15 How do I get from Glasgow to Loch Lomond?
Is Loch Lomond worth visiting?
Loch Lomond is central to the National Park, it is a must- visit destination popular for walkers, wildlife enthusiasts, adventure seekers and tourists. With millions of visitors each year and being easily accessible, it is no question to why this is one of Scotlands’ most visited destinations.
How long do you need in Loch Lomond?
With a surface area of 71 sq. km it would take over 20 hours to walk the entire was around the loch. There are a range of trails in the area that would allow you to see much of the loch without taking the 60 mile plus circuit. Discover more Loch Lomond walking guides.
What is there to do at Loch Lomond Shores?
9 Inspiring Things to Do In and Around Loch Lomond
- 01 Loch Lomond Bird of Prey Centre.
- 02 Loch Lomond Sea Life Centre.
- 03 TreeZone Aerial Adventure Course.
- 04 Walking.
- 05 Loch Lomond Pony Trekking.
- 06 Boat Trips & Tours.
- 07 Loch Lomond Water Ski Club.
- 08 Loch Lomond Shores.
How do I explore Loch Lomond?
The easiest way to get around Loch Lomond is by car or bus, although you can also get around the area by train, bike, hiking, waterbus, or boat although you’ll be more limited in where you can visit. Local train services are through ScotRail and there are a number of local bus services.
Which is better Loch Ness or Loch Lomond?
At 56 km2 (22 sq mi), Loch Ness is the second-largest Scottish loch by surface area after Loch Lomond, but due to its great depth, it is the largest by volume in the British Isles. Its deepest point is 230 metres (126 fathoms; 755 feet), making it the second deepest loch in Scotland after Loch Morar.
What is Loch Lomond famous for?
Famous for its stunning scenery; the national park offers mountains, lochs, forests and glens across 1,865 square km. There’s so much to see and do in the area, it’s well worth making repeat visits. To make things easier here are the five reasons you need to visit Loch Lomond & The Trossachs.
Can you walk around Loch Lomond?
Loch Lomond & Cowal Way A quiet and undiscovered long distance walk, known as “Scotland in 57 miles” because you can experience the whole of Scotland on the path.
Is Loch Lomond in the highlands?
Loch Lomond (/ˈlɒx ˈloʊmənd/; Scottish Gaelic: Loch Laomainn – ‘Lake of the Elms’) is a freshwater Scottish loch which crosses the Highland Boundary Fault, often considered the boundary between the lowlands of Central Scotland and the Highlands.
Is Loch Lomond Open?
From April 26th 2021 we are open 7 days a week and the main outdoor areas never close. Our toilets in our foyer area are accessible from 9am to 6pm Monday to Saturday and from 9am to 5.30pm on Sundays.
Is Loch Lomond free?
Like all the national parks in the UK, entry to Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park is free.
Are toilets Open at Loch Lomond Shores?
Popular places in the National Park can get very busy at times. Why not discover a different National Park experience for your visit. Car parks and toilets.
|Facilities||• Car Park • Toilets • Visitor Centre|
|Car park status||Open|
|Toilets status||Open 10am-6pm|
Is Loch Lomond Shores dog friendly?
Plan Your Visit We’re also dog friendly so you can enjoy a day out with your four-legged family members.
Is there a beach at Loch Lomond?
Situated beside the quaint village of Luss, Luss Beach is one of many beaches found along the length of Loch Lomond. Offering several walking trails, sailing trips and stunning views towards Ben Lomond, the beach is a popular destination for relaxing family days out.
Where can I stop Loch Lomond?
Places to stop off
- Ardlui. Ardlui marina. On the banks of iconic Loch Lomond and the famous West Highland Way.
- Inchcailloch. Inchcailloch.
- Inversnaid. Arrochar Alps seen from Inversnaid.
- Inveruglas. Scenic route at Inveruglas.
- Loch Lomond Shores. View from Lomond Shores.
- Luss. Luss street.
- Rowardennan. Rowardennan car park.
How do I get from Glasgow to Loch Lomond?
Getting to and from Loch Lomond by train
- Glasgow Queen Street to Balloch – approx 45 minutes.
- Glasgow Queen Street to Arrochar & Tarbet – approx 1 hour 20 minutes.
- Glasgow Queen Street to Ardlui – approx 1 hour 35 minutes.