"O ye'll tak' the high road, and I'll tak' the low road, And I'll be in Scotland afore ye, But me and my true love will never meet again, On the bonnie, bonnie banks o' Loch Lomond."
Scotland is one of those places. You step off the plane and make your way into town. A bagpipe in the distance. A street of pubs. A castle looming above you. And now... the world seems very far away.
And that's all before you step outside of the city.
Scotland has worlds within its world. On the map, Loch Lomond National Park looks like its part of Scotland, but in a way, it is wholly unique.
There's a reason it's famous. A reason it steals into peoples' minds and takes away any doubt that this country truly is a place of magic. It is a world within a world. A place where Scottish outlaw Rob Roy MacGregor became a legend. A place where Robert the Bruce, Mary Queen of Scots, and so many Scottish stories took place.
So many on those very same 'bonnie banks', which are waiting for you...
Loch Lomond may be the most famous feature of this park, but it’s certainly not the only highlight. The Trossachs is home to 22 alluring lochs, all awaiting discovery. Whether they’re flanked by impressive mountains or deep green forests, each one offers a unique perspective.
Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park is famous for its breath-taking mountains and stunning views. Immerse yourself in Scotland’s iconic and surreal landscapes. Gaze up at the snow-capped peaks in the distance and breath in the fresh air of the West Highlands.
Red squirrels hide amongst the Scots pine trees. Golden eagles soar through the sky searching for prey. And deer leap through the dense juniper bushes. The thriving wildlife of this area is as diverse as it is spectacular. Just make sure to keep your eyes peeled and your camera ready.
Travel to Loch Lomond and follow in the footsteps of one of Scotland’s most famous outlaws. As you explore the hills of the surrounding West Highlands, you can imagine him hiding amongst the heather with his gang. Your driver-guide will help you separate the fact from fiction in this legendary tale.