The world famous Loch Lomond is far from just the, albeit impressive, expanse of water than many imagine it to be. The eastern shores are dominated by an impressive 974m peak which is part of the Munro Mountains; Ben Lomond. A poll in 2005 placed Loch Lomond at number six in a list of UK natural . . . → Read More: Around Loch Lomond
Loch Lomond is the place you would love to visit, if you are looking forward to a relaxing weekend; or even a fun-filled active break from your routine. Interestingly, this popular tourist spot in Scotland happens to be the largest freshwater body in the UK. A wide variety of activities, like fishing, boat trips and water . . . → Read More: Taking a break at Loch Lomond
With the reintroduction of waterbuses tourism on Loch Lomond is ready for a big boost, this following a successful pilot program in 2010 where over 5,000 people used the alternative transport and the new system is programmed to start promptly and will serve as a scenic alternative to car travel and it is environmentally friendly.
Many tourism . . . → Read More: Loch Lomond waterbuses
You have almost certainly heard the song about “the bonnie, bonnie banks of Loch Lomond”, but you’ll have to pay them a visit to see for yourself just how “bonnie” they are. Loch Lomond is the largest freshwater lake in Britain, and the country around it is some of the most spectacular in Scotland. It is . . . → Read More: Loch Lomond the largest freshwater lake in Britain