The small Tarbet Island on Loch Lomond is situated just off Tarbet on the mainland from where its name derives.
The island is privately owned and is largely covered in pine woods and oak woodland. It is a little north east of the island where the deepest part of Loch Lomond is with depth reaching 630ft.
There is a lovely circular walk on the island which climbs gently and offers good views over Loch Lomond and the island itself.
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