Places to visit in the Trossachs
Towns and Villages
Aberfoyle in the heart of The Trosssachs.
Arden, a tiny village with a big view of Loch Lomond.
Ardlui, at the northern most point of Loch Lomond.
Arrochar, with a wide range of leisure activities
Balmaha, a village on the east side of Loch Lomond.
Balloch, with its pleasure cruises on Loch Lomond.
Balquhidder, where you can visit Rob Roys Grave.
Brig o’ Turk, a peaceful hamlet west of Callander.
Callander, a lively highland town & holiday destination.
Comrie, between Crieff and St Fillans in Highland Perthshire.
Crianlarich, in the glen of Strath Fillan, north of Loch Lomond
Doune, apart from pistol making, Doune is also known for its castle which is at the east end of the village.
St Fillans, situated at the east end of Loch Earn in Perthshire.
Stirling, a city clustered around a large fortress and medieval old-town.
Strathyre, ideally base for hillwalking from a gentle stroll on the shores of Loch Lubnaig to a vigorous hike to the summit of Ben Ledi.
Stronachlachar, a lovely and peaceful locations at the end of Loch Katrine.
Inversnaid, on the shore of Loch Lomond it can rightfully be described as ‘the end of the road’.
Inveruglas, a popular starting point for the walk up via Coiregrogain to Ben Vane or Ben Vorlich.
Inverbeg, a pleasant little place, it is home to Inverbeg Holiday Park on a delightful promentory on the lochside.
Killin, with the Falls of Dochart it lies close to Loch Tay in the midst of spectacular scenery.
Lochearnhead, delightfuly located at the west end of Lochearn below the scenic Glen Ogle.
Luss, cruises to the Loch Lomond islands and boat hire can be arranged from the Luss jetty.
Tarbet, where the Viking raiders crossed over the low pass from Arrochar on Loch Long to Loch Lomond's communities.
Rowardennan, the start point for the most popular route up Ben Lomond.