Looking over Loch Katrine from Ben A'an
Ben A'an © Peter Johnstone

The Three Loch Walk

From £220 per adult

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April — September

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The Three Loch walk is an all inclusive two day walk, with camping for one night. Picking you up from Stirling, we then travel onwards to our starting point at Loch Katrine pier.

The Three Loch walk is a two day walk, picking you up from Stirling, with camping for one night. We provide one breakfast, (no breakfast on day 1) 2 dinners and 2 packed lunches. This walk starts from Loch Katrine pier at 09.30 to Inversnaid bunkhouse, where the stunning scenery along the way will please your eyes I'm sure. The passing of two Lochs, an island cemetery, Rob Roy's birth place, and, with the likes of Ben A'an, Ben Venue, the Arrochar Alps and Ben Lomond in view, it certainly doesn't disappoint! Stopping along the way for a few breaks for a bite to eat, a cup of tea, a rest for the feet, (of course) taking in the surroundings, and the peacefulness of it all will leave you with great memories! Reaching Loch Arklet you can still see Loch Katrine with Ben A'an in the distance which was the start of todays walk. Loch Arklet only takes around 2 hours to walk and brings us to Inversnaid's bunkhouse, where you feel the comfort of inside the old church, with great music and great people. I honestly cannot recommend this place enough! The walk will take around 8-9 hours to do, but is well worth it - Day two - Inversanid bunkhouse to Balmaha which will take around 7-8 hours to reach Balmaha. Walking by Loch Lomond on the West Highland Way going south is stunning, especially if you have the time to relax along the way, and we will! With so many great spots to relax and get a few pictures as we have lunch at around the halfway point. Reaching Balmaha doesn't mean the day is over, we will have a bite to eat at Balmaha's Oak tree Inn, personally my favourite place to eat, then it's time to go home I'm afraid, but one last journey for us all, as we will drop you back off at the starting point in Stirling.


Itinerary

Day 1 -

Pick up at Stirling train station at 08.30, or meet up at Loch Katrine pier at 09.30.

Start walking at 09.45,

Arrive at Inversnaid bunkhouse roughly at 19.00.

Dinner around 19.30.

Day 2 -

Breakfast roughly 09.00.

Start walking about 10.00

Arrive at Balmaha between 17.00 - 18.00

Dinner at Oak Tree Inn on arrival... Then home.

What to bring

WHAT WE PROVIDE:

Tents;

Sleeping mats;

Camping pillow;

Walking poles;

Day bags;

Bag transfer;

Breakfasts, packed lunches, dinners;

Tea, coffee, water;

Poncho.

PLEASE BRING YOUR OWN:

Boots, also trainers for tarmac path on first days walk;

Waterproof trousers;

Sleeping bag;

Personal medication;

Torch.

Meals

We will provide breakfast, packed lunches and dinners (no breakfast on first day) on any multi day walk. On booking you will be sent an email asking for your choices.

The choices for breakfast are: Scrambled eggs

1 Tattie scone

2 rashers of bacon

1 pork links sausages

1 Lorne sausage

1 Black pudding

Beans

1 Morning roll

1 Vegetarian sausages

2 Rashers of vegetarian bacon

Cereal

Porridge

Toast


The choice for lunches are: Brown bread

White bread

Ham

Cheese

Chocolate bar: Mars

Snickers

Dairy milk

Babybels

Peperami

Fruit: Apple

Orange

Banana

Mixed nuts

Bottled water

The choices for dinner are: Chicken sweet and sour

Vegtable sweet and sour

Chilli con carne

Chilli quorn carne

Vegetarian burger

Beef burger

All dinners served with rice, chips, soft drinks and water.

Starting
Loch Lomond, The Trossachs, Stirling & Forth Valley Stirling
Length
2
Days
Transport
Minibus Walking
Type
Small Group (1-16)
Themes
Walking Walking/Hiking

Tour prices

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  • £220 Per Adult
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Prices are subject to change depending on season

Attractions

Tour company information

Walk Hill and Glen

Walk Hill and Glen are providers of quality walking and hiking tours in Scotland. We are a family run business offering day tours and overnight camping tours in some of Scotland's most beautiful locations.

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