The Trossachs  were made famous by Sir Walter Scott who set his narrative poem, The Lady of the Lake here. The lake in question was Loch Katrine and you can take a trip along the loch aboard the Victorian steamer, named after him.

It's a delightful area and is particularly inviting in the spring when bluebells and coconut-scented gorse decorate the hills and valleys. I am lucky to live close by and I spend lots of time rambling through the woodlands and exploring riverside trails. 

If you want a more energetic walk you can climb Ben Lomond, Scotland's most southerly Munro. From the top you will be rewarded with views of Arrochar Alps, the Southern Highlands and Loch Lomond.

 If you need any tips about where to go just get in touch!. You can also find detailed information at https://www.visitscotland.com/see-do/landscapes-nature/national-parks-gardens/loch-lomond-trossachs/