Base yourself at The Oak Tree Inn, in Balmaha and get active on your next trip to Loch Lomond. The natural landscapes are stunning and there are many exciting ways to get up close with them.
Enjoy the West Highland Way route, either towards Conic Hill with its spectacular views over the loch and its islands, or up towards Rowardennan following the path along the side of the loch. Ben Lomond is nearby and is Scotland’s most southerly Munro, where on a clear day you can see Ben Nevis from the summit. Another enjoyable walk is through the nearby Millennium Forrest.
The number 7 cycle route can be joined up at Drymen, this cycle path takes you north towards Aberfoyle and the Trossachs.
There are a number of local companies that provide outstanding experiences, such as Go Ape in Aberfoyle whose treetop adventure route starts and ends with the longest zip wire in the UK. In Your Element, Go Outdoors and Wild By Nature all offer a range of activities, both on or by the side of the loch.
Loch Lomond Wakeboard offer the chance to move at speed on top of the waves on Loch Lomond.
If golf is your thing there are two nearby courses, both by Drymen, Buchanan Castle Golf Club and Strathendrick Golf Club. In Clydebank The World of Golf has a driving range along with a dinosaur themed adventure golf course called Jurassic Parrr.
Loch Lomond offers something for everyone and if you need any information about what to see and do please get in touch, or ask at our reception desk. We also recommend a visit to the Love Loch Lomond & See Loch Lomond websites for more ideas.