Boats, bikes and beautiful scenery! A fabulous opportunity to experience both Loch Lomond and Loch Katrine with a cruise and a 33k cycle amongst the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park.
Opportunity to experience both Loch Lomond and Loch Katrine with cruise and cycle between Inversnaid and Stronachlachar / Trossachs Pier. (Cruise Loch Lomond cycle hire available in addition to cruise ticket)
1000hrs departure from Tarbet Pier arrives Inversnaid at 1030hrs and allows one hour to cycle 4.5 miles to Stronachlachar. SS Sir Walter Scott departs at 1130hrs for cruise to Trossachs Pier. Cyclists have 4 hours to cycle 17.5 miles back to Inversnaid around Loch Katrine for 1630hrs cruise back to Tarbet.
1130hrs cruise from Tarbet Pier arrives Inversnaid at midday giving cyclists opportunity to cycle into the Trossachs and around some of Loch Katrine.
Pier Café; Inversnaid Bunkhouse; Brenachoile and Inversnaid Hotel all offer selection of local produce; ales and coffees.
Ticket price does not include Loch Katrine sailing.
(Cruise Loch Lomond cycle hire available in addition to cruise ticket)
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Whatever the season Loch Lomond has a magic that has drawn walkers, climbers, cyclists, wildlife enthusiasts and adventurers for hundreds of years. Whether you're looking to discover exhilarating walks or take in the spectacular views from the surrounding hills, cycle the network of paths or explore the islands, Cruise Loch Lomond will help you get there. With eight passenger cruise boats on Loch Lomond and five departure points at Luss, Tarbet, Rowardennan, Balmaha and Inversnaid there are plenty of cruise options to choose from. Tickets bought online, by phone or loch side outlets.
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