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Three Lochs Forest Drive

226 Reviews
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Three Lochs Forest Drive

226 Reviews
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Aberfoyle, Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park FK8 3UX Scotland
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This day trip from Edinburgh saves you time and money by packing in several great activities, including a nature hike near Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park, a visit to Stirling Castle, and a tour of Glengoyne Distillery with a taste of 12-year-old whisky. Since your rides are taken care of both ways, you won't need to worry about navigation or driving. 
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James S wrote a review Oct 2020
Glasgow, United Kingdom130 contributions42 helpful votes
We drove round this attraction which begins at the top of the main road and wanders down past the three lochs terminating at the western end of the final loch where you rejoin the main road before the road to Loch Katrine. The start of the road is relatively well paved but this deteriorates all the way down and has significant potholes which become more difficult to avoid. A bit uncomfortable in a saloon car but okay in and SUV of some kind. NIce scenery
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Doug B wrote a review Oct 2020
Dundee, United Kingdom9 contributions7 helpful votes
Located to the south of Callander on the road to Aberfoyle, this is a beautiful place to visit on a sunny, autumnal day. About seven miles long on a well maintained forest track with stopping places to enjoy the stunning views, take your time, drive slowly and enjoy. A picnic spot, toilets at a midway point gives the chance to enjoy a spectacular woodland walk along the banks of Loch Drunkie. A great way to spend a couple of hours in the Trossachs.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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LynUK wrote a review Oct 2020
UK71 contributions4 helpful votes
What a beautiful way to spend a day. This drive is well worth it - beautiful scenery and plenty of opportunities to park up and get out and walk. A short enough drive to not need any refreshments which is good as there is nowhere to get anything but it could be long enough to pack a picnic and find somewhere to take a break.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Alan C wrote a review Sep 2020
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A beautiful area with stunning views. The road up to this drive just goes up and up. We saw cyclists at the bottom going up and felt very sorry for them ... This place is well worth a visit. I did a short snorkel in Loch Drunkie but all I saw in there was the mud banks, the water weeds and a few tiny water insects. The visibilty in the water was only about 1 meter and the depth increased to something much more than that very quickly. Even with a dive torch it did not penetrate the brownish water. It is cold so wear the right gear if you are tempted to get in.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Neil J B wrote a review Sep 2020
Crewe, United Kingdom195 contributions49 helpful votes
Stunning views at every turn in the road. Was quiet when we went so stopped quite a few times for photos (only saw 6 cars). Need to follow Dukes Way to find the start. Quite out of the way to find, and no signposts at the end so you need to know where you are heading. Roads dusty when we went and some is loose gravel at the start, but shouldn't be a problem for anyone to drive if you take your time. There is a pay point for the toll at the start (£2), but wasn't working when we went. Worth it anytime.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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