This is one of C-N-Do’s specially crafted slow travel tours, using local transport and your own energy to get to know Scotland. You will get to know and love the areas and communities you pass through.
Enjoy, and come again or tell your friends. Slow travel - the only way to See and Do Scotland.
About The Trossachs National Park Trail
If you only have a few days to spare but want to savour some classic routes, then this Trossachs National Park Trail is for you; a great journey through the land of Rob Roy and Lady of the Lake.
Each day’s walk has a different feel, differing landscapes, and makes for wonderful memories.
Please Note: This tour starts and finishes in Stirling.
- Exploring the woods, glens and lochs of the Trossachs and Breadalbane, part of the Scotland's first National Park
- Crossing the Highland Boundary Fault
- For those new to Scotland, a great wee taster of the walking opportunities we have to offer
- Stunning scenery and an amazing achievement
- Pretty Trossachs villages
- Wooded glens to the wide mountain scenery of Loch Tay
- Wonderful bluebell woods in the spring and rugged autumnal colours later in the year
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Day 1: Arrive Stirling by 11am. Transfer to Aberfoyle in the Loch Lomond & Trossachs National Park, then a briefing about your walk before setting off for Callander, 13km. Today’s route takes you along the Highland Boundary Fault through the Menteith Hills to the village of Callander.
Day 2: Walk to Kingshouse via picturesque Loch Lubnaig and Strathyre, 16km
Day 3: Walk to Killin, a couple of options from 9 easy miles (15km) to a more rugged, 22km to Killin
Day 4: Public transport will take you back to Stirling for your onward journey.
When to go:
The best time to go is just about any time. Each season has its own special feeling.
March–April: Late snows on the high hills and the clear winter air makes for sparklingly clear landscapes and photos.
May-June: Bluebells and spring flowers and the first flush of bright green as the trees burst forth.
July–August: Summer days, birds galore, the start of the heather colours on the hills.
September–October: Autumn tints increasingly form the colour palette, the haunting sounds of deer rutting, and the autumn mists adding to the mystery of the hills.
November: Often a great time of the year for intrepid walkers.
Superior Option - What's Included:
- Transfer from Stirling to Aberfoyle and briefing about your route
- 3 nights in ensuite Guest House / Inn
- 3 Breakfasts
- Trossachs National Park Trek over 3 walking days
- Baggage Transfers
- Walking maps for the areas visited
- Walking route suggestions for the areas visited
- Holiday Dossier with background information and advice, local attractions and suggestions
- Emergency contact in Scotland
- VAT at the current rate of 20%
- Add an extra day for a cycle ride and a sail on the ‘Sir Walter Scott’ on Loch Katrine the main setting for the ‘Lady of the Lake’
- Meals not specified above
- Optional local bus journeys or excursions or entries
- £395 per person based 2 people sharing a room
- £75 single supplement
- £495 individual booking
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1 person per booking in a single room. (Single room supplement included)
2 or more walkers:
Minimum 2 people per booking based 2 sharing.
(2 or more)
- Grade: -
- Price: From £445
- Duration: 4 days
- Accommodation: 3 nights
- Walking: 3 days
- Group size: 1 or more
- Start: Stirling
- Finish: Stirling
- Available: Feb - Nov
All our independent walking tours are planned to utilise local transport options thus greatly minimising your Carbon footprint.
Forget the hassle of driving around and enjoy more of the landscapes, people, flavour and atmosphere of Scotland.