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Loch Lomond & the Trossachs

The local authority Central Region stretches from Falkirk in the south east to Stirling in the east and Loch Lomond in the west and is easily accessible from Glasgow and Edinburgh, being about an hour's drive from each. This area has magnificent scenery, from heather-clad mountains and wooded valleys to peaceful lochs, interspersed with castles and forts.


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A Beautiful Area to Explore

The Loch Lomond and Trossachs area has now been awarded national park status which aims to conserve its beauty and natural habitat. The landscape around Falkirk is flatter and more populated and with few visitor attractions apart from the Falkirk Wheel.

There is an abundance of opportunities in this area for walking, climbing, cycling and watersports - set against a backdrop of stunning scenery. The area has an important historical background as Stirling was the gateway between the lowlands and the Highlands and Stirling Castle, perched on a high rock, was constantly attacked over the centuries by different clans (and the English) seeking to take control of Scotland.

Bridge of Allan | Dunblane | Stirling