12 Stunning Pictures of Loch Lomond & Trossachs

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.

Even if you're lucky enough to have visited the spectacular landscape in the past, enjoy our collection of photos and reawaken your desire to visit this sightseeing beauty.

Patriotic Sunset from Cashell Farm

The hills above Cashell Farm produce some excellent walking and the scenery you can get of Loch Lomond, Ben Lomond and sunsets is exceptional.

The hills above Cashell Farm produce some excellent walking and the scenery you can get of Loch Lomond, Ben Lomond and sunsets is exceptional.

Sunrise from Conic Hill

Conic Hill near Balmaha, on the eastern shore of Loch Lomond is one of the most popular walks in the area.  It's mainly the spectacular views of the island's people come to see, though if your up early enough then looking east for the sunrise produces some breathtaking scenery. 

Conic Hill near Balmaha, on the eastern shore of Loch Lomond is one of the most popular walks in the area.  It's mainly the spectacular views of the island's people come to see, though if your up early enough then looking east for the sunrise produces some breathtaking scenery. 

Loch Lomond Island's from Beinn Dubh

It doesn't take long to get the wonderful views when your walking up Beinn Dubh.  This was taken only 5 minutes in to the walk and the further you walk up this 657m Graham (Mountain over 2000ft) the more of Loch Lomond and the surrounding area you will see.

It doesn't take long to get the wonderful views when your walking up Beinn Dubh.  This was taken only 5 minutes in to the walk and the further you walk up this 657m Graham (Mountain over 2000ft) the more of Loch Lomond and the surrounding area you will see.

Inchconnachan from the boat, with Ben Lomond in the background

Inchconnachan Island is a popular place for visits by boat and is an enjoyable location for potentially seeing some lovely wildlife, such as Capercaillie, Ospreys, Fallow Deer and..... Wallabies!  Wallabies were taken over to Inchconnachan around 100 years ago by Lady Colquhoun and have thrived ever since, feeding on the local plant life. 

Inchconnachan Island is a popular place for visits by boat and is an enjoyable location for potentially seeing some lovely wildlife, such as Capercaillie, Ospreys, Fallow Deer and..... Wallabies! 

Wallabies were taken over to Inchconnachan around 100 years ago by Lady Colquhoun and have thrived ever since, feeding on the local plant life. 

Wild Flowers on Inchcailloch

Inchcailloch Nature reserve fills up with lovely Bluebells and wild Garlic in Spring. The Garlic you can smell long before you see and the Bluebells you can see long before you reach them.   Inchcailloch is also home to bats which have taken up residence in the local National Park Ranger base.

Inchcailloch Nature reserve fills up with lovely Bluebells and wild Garlic in Spring. The Garlic you can smell long before you see and the Bluebells you can see long before you reach them.  

Inchcailloch is also home to bats which have taken up residence in the local National Park Ranger base.

The Highland Fault Line from Conic Hill

One of the most Iconic scenes from around Loch Lomond, the view from atop of Conic Hill, gazing out along the chain of Island's Inchcailloch, Torrinch, Creinch and Inchmurrin. They all help make up part of the Highland Boundary Fault line, which runs from Stonehaven in the East to the Isle of Arran in the West

One of the most Iconic scenes from around Loch Lomond, the view from atop of Conic Hill, gazing out along the chain of Island's Inchcailloch, Torrinch, Creinch and Inchmurrin. They all help make up part of the Highland Boundary Fault line, which runs from Stonehaven in the East to the Isle of Arran in the West

The Spit of Inchcailloch

An atmospheric day with the spit of Inchcailloch and Ben Lomond in the background.  Loch Lomond is one of those places where the weather doesn't really diminish the beauty of the view, it merely alters it.

An atmospheric day with the spit of Inchcailloch and Ben Lomond in the background.  Loch Lomond is one of those places where the weather doesn't really diminish the beauty of the view, it merely alters it.

Northern section of Loch Lomond

The north of Loch Lomond is the quieter section of the Loch though produces some of the best scenery.  If you can get on a boat or walk the section of West Highland Way on the norther part of Loch Lomond, you will be rewarded by scenery, not witnessed by the majority of Loch Lomond visitors.

The north of Loch Lomond is the quieter section of the Loch though produces some of the best scenery.  If you can get on a boat or walk the section of West Highland Way on the norther part of Loch Lomond, you will be rewarded by scenery, not witnessed by the majority of Loch Lomond visitors.

Beinglas Burn looking south

If your walking the West highland Way, make sure you look behind you now and again so as to ensure you take advantage of all the scenery. This scene is looking south from Beinglas Burn towards Garaball Hill

If your walking the West highland Way, make sure you look behind you now and again so as to ensure you take advantage of all the scenery. This scene is looking south from Beinglas Burn towards Garaball Hill

Sron Gharbh Hill

Sron Gharbh just south of Crianlarich produces some great walking and isn't far from the old Caledonian Pine Forest 

Sron Gharbh just south of Crianlarich produces some great walking and isn't far from the old Caledonian Pine Forest 

Millarochy Bay Sunset

Millarochy Bay has always been a popular place for photography, it's easily accessible and produces great scenery.  With the mountains over on West Loch Lomond and the islands in between, it's a great place for a sunset

Millarochy Bay has always been a popular place for photography, it's easily accessible and produces great scenery.  With the mountains over on West Loch Lomond and the islands in between, it's a great place for a sunset

Loch Voil and Balquhidder Glen

Balquhidder Glen, home of the resting place for the famous Rob Roy MacGregor. There's also a beautiful single track drive down the glen and fantastic walking when you get down there. Oh and the amazing scenery.

Balquhidder Glen, home of the resting place for the famous Rob Roy MacGregor. There's also a beautiful single track drive down the glen and fantastic walking when you get down there. Oh and the amazing scenery.

See Loch Lomond & Trossachs for yourself

So come and enjoy the best locations and actually get out and experience the landscape with a comfortable drive around the park and healthy walk in the company of a knowledgeable and friendly guide.  Have a look or book up on-line here. Alternatively give us a call on 01389 513467

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