Hidden Loch Lomond walk

Today¬† we made use of the lovely but rather cold and inclement weather and¬† provided a tailor made event , where guests explored the countryside around Luss on foot. During this day we were blessed with expansive views of Loch Lomond, Where our guide story told about the formation of the Loch, its history and colonization after the last ice age circa 10’000 years ago until today. Throughout the day we looked at Bush craft,plants uses an tried to paint a picture of the lifestyle and dwellings of the Picts. Before exploring the forested old slate quarries and lovely Glen with its beautiful river.The day was a great blend of exploration with a informative interpretation about landscape, heritage and nature. A great social day was had by all which included a visit to a The Loch Lomond arms ” Inn and finishing with fish n chips in the local town en route home .

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Loch Lomond Canoe Safari

The first day of the new season proved to be ideal, with little wind and even a glimpse of warming sun. It was Kimbrley’s ‘Hen’ weekend organised by her pals and trip on the Loch was just one of the many happy events planned.

After following the marked trail to the top of the island we were rewarded with wonderful views of the Loch. We then descended towards the east of the island and visited the ancient churchyard where several local clan chiefs are buried.

Making our way back to Port Bawn, we paddled south ending up where we started, well relaxed and appreciative of the peaceful setting.

Family Canoe Safari on Loch Lomond

Showers and sunny intervals were the order of the last Monday when the ‘Gould consortium’ took to the Loch on their safari.

The breeze was a little challenging, but the group were strong enough to get out to Inchtavannach to explore the island. Ascending the hill ‘Tom-na-Clag’ was a little awkward with the summer undergrowth, but the group were fortified with wild fruits and fresh water found on the way.

Well done all. You handled the boats well in tricky conditions and made a great adventure of the day.

Drinking water from natural sources.

Drinking water from natural sources.

Canoeing Loch Lomond

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