Feel a bit more adventurous? Choose from a wide variety of outdoor pursuits and adventures to make the most of your stay in this haven of nature. From golfing, horse riding, 4×4 driving, shooting and quad bikes to cruising and fishing, we can help organise your perfect day out.
Just some of the many activities available though a range of companies we have worked with over the years in the area. Contact details and illustrative prices are also included for your convenience. We advise that you contact the company direct for the most current prices, and availability. Many of these activities are immensely popular in summer, so early booking is advisable were possible.
Loch Lomond Leisure
Speedboat Trips – Boat Tours & Hire – Watersports – Hen & Stag Party:
Location: Luss Beach – www.lochlomond-scotland.com
The Team at Loch Lomond Leisure provide a wealth of experiences which can be enjoyed and arranged on Luss Beach, alternatively contact them and they could make arrangements for an experience direct from The Inn.
Shandon Country Pursuits:
Clay Pigeon Shooting, Quad Biking, Off Road Driving and Archery
Loch Lomond Shores
Visitors Attraction is the principal gateway to Scotland’s first National Park and combines the spectacular environment with an outstanding mixture of leisure and retail experiences. Eat or drink in one of the many family restaurants, cafés or gallery bar or explore Loch Lomond through guided canoe, hiking trips, loch cruises or open top bus tours. – www.lochlomondshores.com
Boat trips on Loch Lomond remain the ideal way to explore the 33 islands dotted around the loch, each of which bears their own history and myths.
Private Charters: Max 12 persons
Cruise Loch Lomond from your own deck. Go where you want to go. Cold buffet & bar available by prior arrangement.
90 mins: £70
3 hours: £125
2 hours: £100
6 hours (full day): £200
Evening cruise: £140
Trekking and Riding Lessons
Horse Riding – Cocho Livery Stables Telephone: 01389 873337
1 hour: £20 per person
2 hour: £40 per person
Argyll Forest Park stretches from the shores of Loch Lomond and Loch Long to Loch Eck and Loch Fyne. With 150 square miles of attractive forest offering shelter for a wide variety of animal and birdlife – spectacular hill walks, fishing in the many sea and hill lochs and cycling tracks on the forest roads are easy to find.
There is so much to see, do and enjoy, in Loch Lomond – and throughout the beautiful Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park region, even in the unlikely event of inclement weather!
For summaries of immediate weather forecasts and prospects for Loch Lomond, and outlooks for a further four to five days. – click here
And for a double ‘rain check’, often required these days – click here