Hello from See Loch Lomond
This brand new website launched in August 2018. The idea initially had been to just share my existing library of Loch Lomond photographs and video footage, it has though turned though into a much more comprehensive guide to the area.
I was keen to completely cover the parks footprint and to occasionally go a little bit beyond. The mostly excellent summer weather provided the perfect excuse to get out further and add to my library of photography and video from all over Loch Lomond & The Trossachs.
I have found that the best way to research places for this website was to get out and experience them for myself and I am very grateful to everyone that took the time to show me their bit of Loch Lomond. Despite already having a pretty extensive Loch Lomond photography library many of the photographs for this website were taken especially for it.
The See Loch Lomond Logo
Above you can see two examples of our logo. The idea was to use seasonal images of Loch Lomond to give the website a different feel through the changing seasons. Showing different weather and seasons is another important factor for the website, Loch Lomond is a wonderful year round destination. In fact months like November and January can be some of the most spectacular of the year.
We've also got three new t-shirts, each available in a range of sizes and colours.
See Loch Lomond Shop
As well as the T-shirts that you can see above we also have some other items available too. Here is a selection..
Loch Lomond Videos
The welcome video below introduces See Loch Lomond, in a very visual way (which is what we are all about), the behind the scenes video shows the aerial footage of many examples of the beautiful landscapes that was captured especially for this new website.
Video - Welcome to See Loch Lomond
Video - Loch Lomond Aerial Filming
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This article and accompanying photographs are by Paul Saunders for See Loch Lomond. Visit Paul’s other websites, Paul Saunders Marketing & Paul Saunders Photography, for his marketing, photography & video services in Loch Lomond and beyond.
Inveruglas is towards the north end of Loch Lomond, on the western shores. Home to a hydro electric power scheme and a special viewing pyramid. It also marks the end of the Three Lochs Way & Lomond & Cowal Way.
A guide to the beautiful conservation village on the western shores of Loch Lomond. Lots to see and do including a new Faerie Trail for children.
Gone are empty buildings with To Let signs filling Main Street Aberfoyle. Now the pretty Trossachs village is full of brightly covered shops.
Young children will love the Loch Lomond Faerie Trail in Luss. The adventure starts at Loch Lomond Adventures in Luss Car Park. Pick up a map and clue book then follow the trail around the woods.
Loch Lomond & The Trossachs is a great place to visit during Autumn. Incredible vibrant scenes all across the National Park, with autumnal colours.
New from Loch Lomond Distillery a craft gin named after Ben Lomond. Ben Lomond Gin is a dry gin, with berries used to provide a subtle but quality taste.
A quick guide to the islands of Loch Lomond. A full list of the 23 islands on Loch Lomond with photographs and stores about them.
A speedboat tour of the islands at the northern end of Loch Lomond. Plus the opportunity to see a few of the other highlights in this area.
Bagpiping on the Square is an event in Drymen that takes place on Thursday nights for an hour from 7.30 during July and August.
Just as short distance from the shops in Callander is the beautiful Bracklinn Falls. From the car park it’s just under a mile to get the falls.
Where should you base yourself when staying in Loch Lomond & The Trossachs? We’ve picked 20 ideal options for you to choose from.
A guide to 11 places in Loch Lomond & The Trossachs that you can get to by boat, including Balmaha, Luss, Inchcailloch and Loch Katrine
A list of all the excellent Highland Games and Gatherings events, that take place either in, or close by Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park.
Our guide to walking the section of the West Highland Way from Inversnaid to Inverarnan, past Rob Roy’s Cave to the northern end of Loch Lomond.
We have collected a list of 10 excellent tips for walking the West Highland Way, they have been provided by some people who have completed the walk.
Cruise Loch Lomond’s run a weekly RSPB Cruise from Tarbet to Inversnaid, with included guided tour of the RSPB reserve at Inversnaid by one of the wardens.
A guide to summer views around Loch Lomond & The Trossachs, with ideas of nearby places, activities and events that you can enjoy.
Our guide to walking the section of the West Highland Way from Rowardennan to Inversnaid. Following the eastern shores of Loch Lomond.
An annual event that is over 200 years old must be good! Drymen Show is more than just agriculture show, it’s a fun filled family day out.
Photographs of examples of the manyl blankets of bluebells that appear each May all across Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park
A speedboat tour from Portnellan Farm to explore some of the islands located at the south end of Loch Lomond, including Inchmurrin and Inchcailloch.
A guide to Arrochar, a village at the head of Loch Long and the gateway to the Argyll Forest. Highlights include the dramatic Arrochar Alps.
Brenachoile Point is three miles from Trossachs Pier on Loch Katrine. This popular picnic spot was a location used on TV programme Outlander.
Loch Lomond’s only country park can be found in Balloch. The park, named after Balloch Castle features a number of interesting gardens.
A guide to Loch Goil, one of the most interesting and scenic lochs in Loch Lomond & The Trossachs. Loch Goil is on the Cowal Peninsula.
A guide to the village of Lochgoilhead, which as the name suggests is at the head of Loch Goil. The village is in Argyll, on the Cowal Peninsula.
A guide to the village of Carrick Castle, on the banks of Loch Goil. It is named after the 14th century castle that dominates the community.
Children will love the Play Trail at Glen Finglas in The Trossachs. This is prt of the Great Trossachs Forest and managed by The Woodland Trust.
Another in our series of guides to the changing seasons in Loch Lomond & The Trossachs. This one is all about spring, a highlight of which is the arrival of bluebells.
Our guide to the village of Drymen, the favourite first night stop on The West Highland Way walk. The village also plays host to Scotland’s longest running agricultural show.