Loch Lomond. Just saying it out loud sounds chilled, right? Trossachs – maybe not so much.Learn More
Still, the bonnie banks of this famous Scottish loch definitely live up to their name. But once you’re done with jaw-dropping views, is there much else to do?
How about jet-skiing, kayaking or pony trekking? Staring down sharks at Sealife (bet you blink first). Or spotting humungous sea eagles (strong enough to snatch lambs, but they prefer fish).
There’s also water-skiing or swinging around the TreeZone Aerial Adventure Course. Want less risky, more whisky? The Inn on Loch Lomond has a top-notch selection of some of the world’s best single malts and blends. Oh yes.
Let's start a rumour that there's a Loch Lomond monster...smaller...but hungier.
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