Looking for a great trail near Alexandria, West Dunbartonshire? AllTrails has 8 great hiking trails, walking trails, lake 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. If you're looking for the best trails in Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park, we've got you covered. You'll also find some great local park options, like Huntley Meadows Park or Bringhurst City Park. Ready for some activity? There are 5 moderate trails in Alexandria ranging from 3.2 to 79.3 miles and from 32 to 2,165 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!

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The first half of this trail was great, with beautiful views over loch lomond and some nice countryside walking and variation. The last half unfortunately ruined it for us and it was completely along a road for around 2 hours. There was a pavement but no views at all and it was quite a busy road. I would recommend walking to Luss Road and then turning back and walking the way you came rather than continuing the circle.

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10 days ago

walked it today weather early doors was great but by the time I got back to my car it was torrential rain I've read a lot about packing light saw a few people with kids in really light clothes , we know what the weather can be like around October a lot of comments about packing light check the weather first and pack to suit ..

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26 days ago

went off trail for this but good wee starter hill . enjoyable

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1 month ago

Fairly easy this one I thought,, climbed it with two friends and didn’t have too many problems, great views at the summit, remember to take your camera

beautiful views in a sunny day.

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1 month ago

Delightful especially if you want an easy charming walk with or without kids. The fairies and trolls made it fun for grown ups too

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1 month ago

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1 month ago

Just Wow!

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1 month ago

We did this trail with our 10 month-old in a backpack carrier. It's definitely doable, but leave yourself more time and pack plenty of baby-friendly bug repellent because midges apparently love babies. :( Give yourself plenty of breaks and enjoy the views of Loch Lomand.

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rocky
1 month ago

Really awesome, pack light!

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washed out
2 months ago

Sadly, i picked a day when the wind & rain was coming sideways. Getting to the summit, myself & a few others were unsure if we actually at the top due to minimal visibility. Probably a wasted climb due to not getting the views from the top, but definetily re-climb sometime soon. Nearing the summit can be a little bit of a scramble & slippy underfoot in the rain.

Nice trail with great views but you should o my do it on dry days! The trail was already very muddy and shortly before the summit Petrus hit us hard. The trail literally became a river so we had to run back to the start and we’re absolutely soaked. Would do it again tho :)

on Conic Hill Walk

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2 months ago

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2 months ago

Magic. Faeries. Fresh farm eggs. Celtic cross. Beauty.

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2 months ago

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2 months ago

I have did this hill many times, once as a kid then as a father of 2 girls. looking forward to doing this again with my grandson. It's a great workout for your legs, carry light. Remember you're water.

nice walk around Balloch castle and park. We only did 3.8 km loop as it was starting to rain.

Hiking with great views. It climbs quickly but the trail is nice. We missed the loop back, it was not indicated at all and we had to get lost. So we did a round trip but it was great.

on Conic Hill Walk

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3 months ago

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