Loch Lomond is a popular destination for many visitors, but have you ever ventured further? The Clyde Sea Lochs Trail takes you into the heart of the coastal communities to the south west of Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park. This established driving route is well sign posted and easy to follow, with panels packed with information located at each of the points of interest along the way, all with good car parking nearby. Start the route in Dumbarton or further north in Arrochar, with plenty to explore in between.
Explore the town that was once the capital of the ancient Kingdom of Strathclyde.
Wander around this beautiful 17th century village, full of historic treasures.
An excellent location for walking, as well as being a great viewpoint to spot seals and birdlife.
Explore the Victorian streets of this 18th century town.
Explore some of the most detailed artistic works from Charles Rennie Mackintosh.
Wander through carpets of exotic and vibrant plant species in this sheltered woodland garden.
Explore the pretty 1820s village resort, featuring great watersports and plenty of walking opportunities.
Uncover this peaceful resort, perfect for a relaxed getaway holiday.
Enjoy woodland and coastal walks around this quaint little village.
Navigate through this popular location, perfect for mountaineers and walking enthusiasts.