6/26.- Excursions from Glasgow. Loch Lomond


Follow the A82 road and you can't miss Loch Lomond. In 2002 it became part of the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park.

The Loch is about 24 miles long, so if you like water skiing or zooming along on a speed boat, this is the place to come. If you like to do nothing but admire the scenery, then Loch Lomond is still the place to come. On the eastern side of the loch looms Ben Lomond to a height of 3,192 feet. Along the banks of the loch are various camp grounds where you can rent a chalet or caravan. Fancy some golf? Like to visit wee villages and pubs? Might as well. Luss is a picturesque village as is Tarbet.

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