The ‘Auld Brig’ (dating from the 15th century and partly rebuilt in 1749) in Stirling, with the Wallace Monument visible beyond.
Luss, on the west side of Loch Lomond
An aerial view over Alva and the Ochil Hills, Clackmannanshire
Loch Lomond, The Trossachs & The Forth Valley has a variety of small villages, large towns and the city of Stirling. Each area has a range of accommodation options, attractions and activities - use the information listings on each town and village to plan your trip to this region.
Dumbarton, less than an hour from Glasgow, sits at the mouth of the mighty River Clyde, while Helensburgh is 10 miles up the river with its charming esplanade and pier. The lively town of Callander sits on the eastern edge of the National Park, and is 15 miles from the city of Stirling, with its history and city centre shopping. The artistic county of Clackmannanshire sits east of the city.
Luss is a pretty conservation village where you can hop onboard a boat to explore Loch Lomond, while Aberfoyle sits on the Highland Boundary Fault. Breadalbane marks the beginning of the Highlands at the northern tip of the National Park.
Bridge of Allan has a wondeful ranhe of boutiques, Dunblane is home to a 12th century cathedral and the village of Doune has a courtyard castle, used in one of the Monty Python films.
Falkirk was shaped by the Scottish industrial revolution and is home to The Falkirk Wheel, the world's only rotating boat lift.
Explore the towns and villages of Loch Lomond, The Trossachs & The Forth Valley using the information below.