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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A great and very quiet hike that offers a gradual ascent but has a very sharp and challenging descent. The views are spectacular, but other routes do provide better. The apps description of the route was accurate. My one complaint would be the last 0.8m descent to the car park. It's very boggy and overgrown and difficult in places.

hiking
bugs
no shade
4 days ago

hiking
4 days ago

there are 2 Ben vorlichs. this is not the loch lomond 1

Lovely walk, very well done roads, nice variation. A small part is close to the road. And has a lot of traffic noise.

Beautiful countryside path. I strongly taking the road going up Conic Hill. It is an long, easy ascent..the descent is really hard on the knees especially if you have been hiking since Milngavie! Great reward at the end with the Oak Tree Inn and the coffee and ice cream shop!

Tough on the old knees on the way down, my party of myself, 12 year old and 8 and 6 managed to make it to the top, best on a dry clear day, be prepared for changes in weather. Very doable in the right conditions

hiking
12 days ago

Good and clear path all the way up. Good easy hill for beginners.

hiking
13 days ago

A great walk. We had a mostly sunny day just a little wind. Some steep sections that are exactly like climbing stairs. The View of both loch Katrine and loch achray are amazing.

hiking
rocky
15 days ago

great easy walk for moderate walkers. Is quite steep and is mostly rocky steps but view of Loch Katrine at the top is worth it

Went up the ptarmigan route and down the tourist route. 2h50min up and 2 hours down. it was very windy from ptarmigan peak onwards but we lucked out with good weather and dry conditions. Fantastic hike.

Amazing views and very doable with children too

hiking
bugs
19 days ago

hiking
rocky
scramble
21 days ago

Ascension in steep stairs on the end and rocky downhill but still accessible. Luckily a cloudless day. Heaven

hiking
23 days 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
1 month 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

1 month 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
1 month ago

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

hiking
1 month 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.

1 month 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
1 month ago

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

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