Looking for a great trail in Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park, Stirling? AllTrails has 16 great hiking trails, trail running trails, walking trails and more, with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers, and nature lovers like you. Ready for some activity? There are 7 moderate trails in Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park ranging from 3.3 to 79.3 miles and from 49 to 3,638 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!

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hiking
18 hours ago

Great well maintained trail last part to the summit was the most challenging

The summit was in the fog at the finish but very nice ride, for the first of our trip I was happy to see the end all the same. We met a lot of tourists in small basketball, imprudent, we had all the time during the ballad!

Good trail. The views were spectacular on the way up to the summit. Even better when we got there. The windy path going up was fine, but coming down was horrible - felt like never ending :-) great day and would recommend

hiking
muddy
rocky
scramble
9 days ago

Fun trail to walk, steep uphill all the way, with fun scrambling and climbing near the top, great view at the top, need your wits about you on the steep descent - will do this one again

on Bracklinn Falls

13 days ago

This was ok. The falls are less than 1/2 mile from the carpark. Then there is a pleasant walk up a hill thru some dense woods..then, as someone said, it's a curvy road in open countryside.

Wee wild swim in the waters... Magic!

hiking
muddy
rocky
14 days ago

Tough going on the knees On the way down, as I went backwards, starting at Ben Ime then onto Beinn Narnain

hiking
16 days ago

Did two sections from Callander to Killin and from Acharn to Pitlochry for a total of 44 miles. Beautiful scenery along a former railway route, over sheep grazing pastures and through forests. Along the way there are many fine pubs and even a top-notch chocolate shop. Highly recommended.

17 days ago

Just climbed Ben Aan for first time. My third Ben after Chabhair and Lomond. Not as challenging or as long as the others but the two steep staircase sections shouldn't be underestimated. Views at the top best both the others. Stunning

Took us 2.15 hrs to ascend and 2 hrs to descend. Tough at times and hard on the knees on the way back down!

hiking
muddy
off trail
rocky
scramble
washed out
18 days ago

Path unclear in places. Follows a riverbed for quite a while and some scrambling required

hiking
18 days ago

Gorgeous. We went counter clockwise, worst of the climbing is at the last quarter. Going the other way seems to be a longer more steady climb still with steep climbs at the end. Got cloudy and rainy as we approached the top, of course, so no drone shots and limited views from the top but this would be a perfect 360 panorama otherwise.

hiking
muddy
rocky
scramble
18 days ago

Highly recommend climb. Ben Vorlich has a clear, easy path to follow. Towards the top can get a little tougher. On to the second summit, stùc A’Chroin, which proved a little more challenging. To the right an easy navigable path but be ready for the challenge, towards the top you need to scramble a little. However, once you’ve reached the summit you’re rewarded with the most amazing views. I came back down Stùc A’Chroin the same way I went up then headed round Ben Vorlich, such a bad idea. Wet and extremely muddy eroded path, boots kept getting stuck and almost fell a dozen times. I did survive unscathed and highly recommend the Munro’s, just not my route.

hiking
rocky
scramble
19 days ago

On return from Stuc a'Chroin it might be advisable to go back over Ben Vorlich, as the lower path is very muddy and eroded.

A great hikes with stunning views!

hiking
rocky
scramble
28 days ago

400 m of elevation over a little more than 2 kms but what a foot when arriving. The view is amazing. It took us about 1:30 to get on and off. If you stay in Edinburgh on a short break this is the perfect destination for not doing too many kms.

hiking
blowdown
29 days ago

Great walk, the dog loved it off the lead. Stunning views over the Loch.

hiking
no shade
rocky
1 month ago

Beautiful climb on the main trail up and a bit trickier coming off the North end along the ridge. Took us about 4.30 hrs with a good half hour at the top.. A must try

Lovely walk. Took the high road which was less rocky and roots. Passed through stately forests. Views of the Loch all along the way.

Nice hike 3 major uphills if you are walking south to north.

good walk and amazing views

Easy to follow section of the way. Steady uphill to Conic Hill cutoff. After hill steep but easy downhill even for a short legged woman

great hike steep at times path well maintained views are amazing although there was quite abit of mist at times took 6 hours all in total from start to finish

1 month ago

Brilliant hill..view on the way up and at the top are absolutely stunning..some parts I found very hard going..the steps just sap your energy..worth the effort

This hike was a bit more on the hard side for us, constant elevation gain but worth it for the views!!

hiking
1 month ago

Beautiful views!

hiking
1 month ago

Beautiful bridge and scenery, I recommend hiking past the waterfall, through the forest and when the trees end, turn around and go back. The other half of the trail is just a curvy road to a farm.

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