You may just want to come and relax, take in the unique views across the Lake to the historic Isle of Inchmahome and mountains beyond.

Watch the wildlife and fishers and let us tempt you with all the good fresh produce at mealtimes.

Hike and Bike in the Trossachs

Hiking the Trossachs

The Trossachs are often referred to as the Highlands in miniature. The real beauty of the region are its richly forested lochs, with especially spectacular colours in autumn. They include Lochs Ard, Venachar, Achray and Chon, but most famous is Loch Katrine, indelibly associated with Sir Walter Scott. Scott helped to popularise the region in the nineteenth century and the Trossachs became immensely fashionable - on the itinerary of many distinguished Victorians. Walkhighlands is a tremendous resource for maps, planning and reviews, encouraging the enjoyment of walking.
Today the Trossachs are as popular as ever, and the small town of Callander, village of Aberfoyle and hamlet of The Port of Menteith are hugely popular with visitors. The steamship Sir Walter Scott still plies its trade along the lovely waters of Loch Katrine and the hills have become known and loved by thousands.

Biking the Trossachs

Explore hundreds of miles of cycling routes in the Trossachs this winter. Hire a bike or take your own for a fantastic trip around the stunning Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park . The scenery unfolds as you pedal, with tranquil lochs dotted amongst rich woods and forests and impressive peaks rising from wild moorland. Marvel at the turning colours of autumnal trees and look out for amazing wildlife, such as red kites, buzzards, badgers and deer, along the way. 
Open all year round, the Scottish Cycling Centre has everything you need to get round the National Park, from road maps to full-suspension mountain bikes. If getting off-road is for you, the Forestry Commission maintains countless woodland routes and established paths to try out, from challenging downhill routes to touring itineraries like the Family Friendly Sculpture Trail in Loch Ard Forest, which combines stunning views, towering sculptures and a great days cycling for all abilities.