Walk Wild Scotland offer small group guided walking holidays in Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park.
This hiking trip in Scotland's first National Park embraces diverse landscapes of Scottish scenic splendour: the queen of all Scottish lakes, romantic Loch Lomond with its many forested little islands is surrounded by the beacon of its namesake mountain Ben Lomond and the peaks of the Arrochar Alps, lush forests, green valleys and the fjord - like sea lochs of Argyll. Do watch our video.
Beautiful views, waterfalls, mysterious ruins, wild roaming goats and deer accompany you on your journey; refreshing streams and lovely beaches may entice you for a dip and, because water is so much part of the scenery, we include a boat ride or two along the way, some island exploration, a sailing on a Victorian steamer and a scenic cycle ride along the shore of Loch Katrine.
Ideal for walking at an easy level these versatile terrains provide an excellent introduction to walking in Scotland and the Scottish Highlands.
Sightseeing most days en route to the starting points of your walks will give you a sense of the surrounding area without spending much of your time on a bus.
Your Accommodation - local hospitality at its best
During your holiday you are based in the the tiny hamlet of Balmaha on the picturesque eastern shore of Loch Lomond.
Our chosen Bed & Breakfast house is Bay Cottage where Liz Bates looks after all her guests with the most warm hearted hospitality you can imagine.
Your walking group - small is beautiful
Our groups are of a personable size of no more than 8 persons and accompanied througl hout by an experienced and knowledgeable guide to make your time with us in Scotland interesting and enjoyable.
Your walking day - taking it easy
Generally, a day includes 4 - 5 hours walking, a relaxing lunch break and delicious picnic and, occasionally, we will celebrate our walking day in one of the old Scottish pubs we will be passing on the way home.