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West Highland Way

West Highland Way

The Oak Tree Inn is on the famous and much loved West Highland Way. This is the long distance, 96 mile walk from Milngavie (just outside of Glasgow) to Fort William. Balmaha is 20 miles into the walk and...

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Loch Cruises

Loch Cruises

The Oak Tree Inn has installed a new pontoon for East Loch Lomond. Located next to the old pier in Balmaha, along the route of the West Highland Way, the pontoon is the first along the eastern shores...

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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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