Activities in Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park
National Cycle Network Route 7 stretches 215 miles/347km and approximately 60 miles/97km of it uses forest tracks, traffic-free trails and minor roads. Route 7 is regarded as one of the highlights of the National Cycle Network and runs between Drymen in the south and Killin in the northeast, via Glen Ogle, Lochearnhead, Strathyre, Callander, Aberfoyle and Gartmore.
The National Park has many options for cycling; from short hour-long rides to long distance touring; on-road, off-road or on designated cycle tracks.
Fishing in Scotland you will be spoilt for choice of fishing venues. You can fish the river and Lochs in Scotland, for Salmon or trout. You can buy your permits in Callander to fish The Trossachs, Loch Tay, Loch Achray, Loch Lubnaig, Loch Earn, Loch Venechar and more.
If you are staying in our self catering accommodation the cottages are close to local golf courses. The local golf club welcomes visitiors.
You will find golf courses in Callander, Comrie, St Fillans, Killin, and Crieff, a short journey will get you to Gleneagles golf club too.
If you are visiting Scotland to enjoy some outdoor experiences you will not be disappointed there are many local experiences a short journey away from your accommodation.
Canoe and Kayak hire on the River Lochay and Loch Tay, great for beginners and families.
Legend Sailing offers conoeing, canyoning, archery, sail boat hire, mountain biking.
Go Ape in Aberfoyle is an award-winning high wire forest adventure course of rope bridges,
Paintballing Go wild in the wild, whether you are an individual or a group they have lots to offer!
Gold Panning Give it a go you never know what you will find
Nae Limits Extreme activities including canyoning, paintballing and white water rafting. Team building, stag and hen parties and family packages available.
Skiing and Snowboarding
There are many places to enjoy skiing and snowboarding in the area, including the Cairngorms, the Lecht and the Nevis Range.
Relax during your stay with fabulous spa treatments available at your accommodation. A range of massages and beauty treatments available wherever you are.
If you are staying in Cooper Cottages, self catering accommodation while visiting Scotland there are swimming pools a short journey away.
Try the Peak Village sports centre in Stirling with Kids pool middle pool and full size pool.
Mclaren Leisure Centre offers open swimming to visitors
If you are staying in Comrie accommodation you may like to try out the Victorian Spa at the Crieff Hydro hotel of the Perth Leisure Centre
There are numerous local walking trails; Sustrans Maps can be bought at the local Tourist information centres, Killin outdoor shop or other local outlets.
The Rob Roy Way is a route growing in popularity, a more famous route would be the West Highland Way, many visitors walk this route for charitable causes.
For more challenging walks there are a number of Munros close by including Ben Vorlich, Ben Lawers, Ben Ledi. Ben More. Ordanance survey maps can be purchased locally.
Highland Safaris offers a unique experience combining breathtaking Highland scenery,
Argarty Red Kites Project Red Kites are back in Scotland after an absence of nearly 130 years. Visit this working farm, be taken on a Ranger led walk to see the acrobatic and colourful birds.
We are privileged to have a wide variety of birds in our corner of the National Park. In addition to just relaxing and seeing what comes your way. You are likely to see many species such as Merlin, Buzzard and Osprey, and perhaps even a Golden Eagle.
Sea.fari Adventures (Oban) Marine eco-tour operator using rigid-hulled inflatable boats.