These areas are great for spotting wildlife. From the highest open peaks to the shelter of the forest, visit Queen Elizabeth Forest Park to uncover year-round wildlife as you explore by foot, bike or horseback. The forest park is also home to Go Ape! where you can discover an aerial playground that boasts Britain’s two longest zip wires.
You can see golden eagles and red squirrels at the Great Trossachs Forest. Take a walk amongst the ancient trees of Loch Ard Forest which is set against the spectacular backdrop of Ben Lomond and look out for barn owls and red and roe deer. Walk amongst the towering conifers of Strathyre Forest on the Black Parks Trail.
Experience some of the finest scenery the Trossachs has to offer on the Three Lochs Forest Drive. Set off on the Duke’s Pass through Achray Forest and drive along 7.5 miles of winding road which offers breathtaking views across the Trossachs.
Use these listings to help plan your trip to the forests and woodlands of Loch Lomond, The Trossachs & The Forth Valley.