The beautiful island of Inchconnachan is situated on the waters of Loch Lomond in The Trossachs National Park.
With a wealth of secluded bays on the island that are unique to Inchconnachan and cannot be seen on any of the other Loch Lomond’s islands, the island is one of the few places in Scotland where the rare turkey-like giant grouse of the high tree tops, the magnificent capercaillie can be spotted. It is thought that the many beautiful Scots pine, Douglas firs and Larch growing on the island are what attract the capercaillie population.
The Narrows, a waterway between the site and Inchtavannach island is a must visit for those boating on the loch.
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