- Listed in Inverness-Shire
- Milarrochy Bay, Balmaha, Glasgow
- 01360 870236
ilarrochy Bay (pronounced M’lariky Bay) is in Scotlands First National Park. On the beautiful east shore of Loch Lomond, you can walk along the shore of the Loch to sandy coves
The West Highland Way footpath passes the Site. It runs for 95miles from Glasgow to Fort William. Queen Elizabeth Forest and the Trossachs are to the east. Ben Lomond is to the west. Discover the real history of Braveheart at the National Wallace Monument, Stirling. The Falkirk Wheel is the worlds first and only rotating boatlift. It completes the link between Glasgow and Edinburgh by waterway. There are at least 38 islands on Loch Lomond. A mailboat visits some leaving from Balmaha. Loch cruises leave from Balloch. Walks of varying length and difficulty start from the Site. Sample the local water of life at Glengoyne scotch whisky Distillery. Discover the truth about Scotlands most famous Highlander at the Rob Roy and Trossachs Visitor Centre. Spend a day at Inverary. Visit the Castle, Maritime Museum and jail. Drumkinnon Tower at Lomond Shores gives spectacular views of Loch Lomond. The tower holds a number of attractions based on the Lochs natural and cultural heritage. Take the screw steamer SS Sir Walter Scott for a cruise on Lake Katrine in the Trossachs.
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