we’re very grateful to each and every one of you who made Scotland your place to tour and have an adventure in this year. Without all of you coming to Scotland and enjoying what we have to offer, Scotland’s tourism industry and Scotland’s Wild wouldn’t exist
Loch Lomond was shaped as a result of a glacier during the last Ice age, which only ended 13,000 years ago
Have you ever thought about a wee trip to Loch Lomond and the Trossachs but weren't sure what to expect? If so, then have a look at these delightful scenic pictures showing you around the area.
Experience Scotland’s Wild is not about sightseeing, it’s about sightdoing. We like to take people off the beaten track so they can truly experience and immerse themselves in Scotland’s beautiful landscapes.
There's the beacon of Ben Lomond, conservation village, Luss, the botanic beauty of Benmore, the raging white water from the Falls of Dochart, highland estates, Castles, geological pleasures, a large stretch of the West Highland Way, Islands, Glens, Salt Water Lochs and so much more all delightfully combined to make up 720 square miles (1159 square KM) of breathtaking landscape.
From the second you push the canoe from the shore, take your first stroke of the paddle, travel round your first bay and sneak up on your first deer, the stunning scenery of this special holiday adventure will not be forgotten in a hurry.