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what’s on Argyll, The Isles, Loch Lomond, Stirling and the Trossachs

Argyll, the Isles, Loch Lomond, Stirling & the Trossachs is a diverse area of rich culture and contrasts. With its forest parks and colourful gardens, individual islands and abundant wildlife, it’s ideal for nature lovers and outdoor enthusiasts. If you like history, the range of historic sites in Argyll, the Isles, Loch Lomond, Stirling & the Trossachs is unsurpassed and includes castles, monuments and historic houses. If you prefer sports, you might like to try out one of the many fantastic golf courses, climb a munro, fish one of the region’s numerous rivers, take to the seas to explore Argyll’s rugged coast, or cruise some of Scotland’s most famous lochs. And there’s more! Argyll, the Isles, Loch Lomond, Stirling & the Trossachs offers internationally famous whisky distilleries, designer and craft outlets, plus a wide variety of cultural entertainment. You won’t be short of things to do, that’s for sure.

regional highlights

Year-round, Argyll:

A bogland showpiece and a remarkable remnant of one of our most ancient landscapes, Moine Mhor is rich in spectacular wildlife.

Year-round, Loch Lomond:

Loch Lomond is famous the world over for the beauty of its wooded shores and islands.

Year-round, Isle of Coll:

With its long, white shell sand beaches, sand dunes and machair grassland, the RSPB reserve at Coll is a stronghold for the rare corncrake.

Year-round, Loch Lomond:

Inversnaid is on the east shore of Loch Lomond, where oak woodland rises steeply from the loch and gives way to open moorland with spectacular views.

Year-round, Stirling:

Situated on a volcanic outcrop guarding the lowest crossing point of the River Forth, Stirling Castle is visible for miles around.

Year round, Argyll:

This is the best place to start exploring Queen Elizabeth Forest Park.

Year-round, Stirling area:

Completed in 1869 and standing 220 feet high, the Wallace Monument is situated on the top of Abbey Craig, overlooking the river Forth and the Forth Valley.

Year-round, Isle of Bute:

This award-winning centre is located in the winter Garden on the Esplanade in Rothesay, overlooking Rothesay Bay.

March - December, Forth Valley:

Operated by the Scottish Railway Preservation Society (SRPS), the Bo’ness & Kinneil Railway runs along the south shore of the Firth of Forth.

Year-round, Stirling:

The Stirling Smith first opened to the public in August 1874, and has served the area for over 130 years.

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