Luss History Tour is an entertaining guided walk around the history highlights of a model village. Walk with ArgyllWalks and explore the architecture of an “estate” style village, miner and weaver cottages and a medieval gothic church.
Covid-19 safe measures in place. Social distancing with max 10 guests and following government distancing guidelines. We will be wearing face-masks and guests will be provided with disposable masks for going indoors. Hand sanitiser will be provided at the beginning and end of tour.
From Luss carpark to The Pier, home of the present chief of Clan Colquhoun, the Luss HistoryTour is an easy-paced walk, around the village of Luss, an area bursting with historic buildings, geology, Christianity and much more.
Tour days Monday, Wednesday Saturday. Tour times are 11am and 2pm on these days only.
Hear tales about the WW1 hero, who was nearly court marshalled, check out the oldest cottage in Luss and marvel at the Highland Boundary Fault across Loch Lomond.
Stopping at the Pilgrimage centre, to hear about St. Kessog. It is said, that Robert the Bruce, said the name of St. Kessog, as an inspiration to his army before the battle of Bannockburn in 1314.
Join us as we explore a village rich in both historical stories and visually beautiful architectural buildings, enraptured by the majestic mountains and Lochside.
We are open and Good to Go! We are delighted to announce Argyll Walks Tours start 1st August. ArgyllWalks provides entertaining walking tours around Argyll and Bute. Our tours bring alive the tales of historical and cultural interest of the village of Luss, its people and the clans Colquhoun, MacFarlane and McGregor. We offer two one hour tours per day, on Monday, Wednesday and Saturday. There is no substitute for getting out there on foot... and that is where ArgyllWalks comes in. Whether you are a first-time visitor to Luss or Loch Lomond, we invite you to come on one of our walking tours.