Loch Lomond And The Trossachs
If any part of Scotland could claim to be where tourism began, then it is here in the Trossachs. The trip to the east bank of Loch Lomond, at lnversnaid, via the Trossachs is still a magnificent celebration of scenic Scotland. Arguably, even better is to take to Loch Katrine on the SS Sir Walter Scott, which has sailed the loch for a century. Much of the area is now Scotland’s first National Park and its gateway and orientation centre. Loch Lomond Shores, is at Balloch on the south end of Loch Lomond. Walking, sailing, cruising, angling and lots more are popular ways of making the most of this trip. Imagine kayaking along the still loch overlooked by the sentinel peak of Ben Lomond. Bliss!