CLIMB BEN LOMOND - Ben Lomond is Scotland’s most southerly Munro at 3192ft.
Every weekend you can catch our boat from Tarbet Pier to Rowardennan situated at the foot of the hill. There is a well trodden path to the summit with lots of resting places for a breather and snacks.Take your time and enjoy the spectacular views from the summit.
WALK THE WEST HIGHLAND WAY - Enjoy a 7.5 mile walk along one of the most scenic stretches of the top 20 long distance routes in the world (National Geographic).
Catch our boat from Tarbet Pier and cruise across the Loch to the opposite side to the hamlet of Inversnaid. Walk south along this famous path passing ancient oak woods, pretty beaches looking out for wild mountain goats and osprey along the way.
Catch return ferry from Rowardennan Youth Hostel Jetty back to Tarbet.
(This path has lots of ups and downs and is rocky in places so good footwear is essential)
CONIC HILL - Jump on a boat from Luss to the village of Balmaha and hike up Conic Hill for amazing views over Loch Lomond. It’s a pretty walk through woodland to start with and then out onto open hill and the newly renewed path for fantastic views. Eat at the Oak Tree Inn afterwards.
LOCH LOMOND FAERIE TRAIL, LUSS - An award winning woodland full of slippery slopes, amazing views and adventure. You’ll find faeries, trolls, knobbly trees, unicorns and amazing food. You can catch our boat from Balmaha to Luss if you are staying on the eastern shore.
EXPLORE AN ADVENTURE ISLAND - depart from Luss Pier to Inchcailloch Island, our very own adventure island. There are short walks with an abundance of wildlife and fauna with time ashore for a picnic and a visit to Coffin Valley.
There is a lovely little beach ideal for paddling and swimming so take your swimming costumes.