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Balmaha Boats

Balmaha Boats

Sweeney's Cruises NOTE THESE ARE THE TIMES FOR THE 2016 SEASON WE WILL UPDATE THE 2017 TIMES AS SOON AS THEY ARE PUBLISHED BY THE CRUISE OPERATORS A very popular part of any Loch Lomond experience is getting on...

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Tom Weir Statue

Tom Weir Statue

On the 29th December 2014 a statue of Tom Weir, the legendary writer, broadcaster and lover of Scotland’s great outdoors, was officially unveiled by his widow Rhona at Balmaha. Over the days and months that followed that cold, foggy...

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Boat Trips

Boat Trips

The Oak Tree in Balmaha has easy access to the loch. Thanks to the boat companies who operate a variety of cruises and Water Bus services there are plenty of opportunities to explore Loch Lomond by boat. Balmaha Boatyard...

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Visitor Centre

Visitor Centre

Just a short walk from The Oak Tree Inn is The Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park Visitor Centre for Balmaha. In the centre you will find a host of information about Balmaha and the surrounding area. Rangers...

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Walking Tour

Walking Tour

A popular section of The West Highland Way is the stretch from Balmaha to Rowardennan. Of course you don’t have to be on the Glasgow to Fort William journey to be able to enjoy this wonderful part of...

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Inchcailloch Island

Inchcailloch Island

Described as a jewel in Loch Lomond, Inchcailloch Island is just a few minutes across the water from The Oak Tree Inn in Balmaha. This is a must-do for any trip to Loch Lomond. Balmaha Boatyard run an on-demand...

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Climb Conic Hill

Climb Conic Hill

Conic Hill provides one of the most outstanding views of Loch Lomond and the good news is that it is very accessible, especially if you’re based at The Oak Tree Inn in Balmaha. Across the road from The Oak...

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