Trossachs Walks and Cycle Routes with Maps of The Trossachs

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When I get out in the Trossachs - for a walk or on my mountain bike, my camera always goes with me to record the highlights. Trips are then recorded on this website with directions, route maps, descriptions and photos.

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The folowing Trossachs walks and bike routes are now recorded for your exploration:

Braeleny in The Trossachs - walk or cycle

A Trossachs walk or bike ride into the foothills south of Stuc a Chroin and Ben Vorlich to the east of The Trossachs. Quite steep public road at first but easier private road and landrover track later - very scenic with mountain panoramas after the first mile. Walk begins at Callander, eastern gateway to the Trossachs.

Walk or Cycle Ben Gullipen in The Trossachs

Suitable for walking or serious mountain bike. This track begins in Callander and leads through forest trails with views over the Trossachs. Finally an open section through open grazing land (often with highland cattle) ascends the steep climb to the summit of Ben Gullipen where the views to the north and west are nothing short of stupendous.

A Trossachs bike ride from Callander to Loch Katrine

Best done as a bike trip - mostly level with no steep hills. Could be a walk with return by Trundler bus in season (or car). This is a beautiful track mostly on cycle track with 2 short sections on public road. The track passes along the south shore of Loch Venachar and Loch Achray then along a short section of the A821 trossachs road then to Loch Katrine. Wonderful views all the way. Route map available

The Heart of The Trossachs and the Bealach Nam Bo

An easy walk of 3 miles through delightful woodlands by a river flowing from Loch Katrine through waterfalls and pools. Crossing a little arched bridge over a waterfal, follow a river past a dam and climb up to the 'Pass of the Cattle' - Bealach nam Bo. See unforgetable views over Loch Katrine. This route may be done on a bike but don't try the part beyond the dam - you'll have to carry the bike!

Callander Meadows - Walk or Bike

This is a relaxing stroll beside the River Teith at Callander Meadows. The track is level and has a tarmac surface making it very suitable for anyone with mobility problems. Lots of wildlife and waterfowl if you are prepared to wait!

The Waterfall Trail at David Marshall Lodge

In the Queen Elizabeth forest park near Aberfoyle, this easy walk leads to the splendid 'Little Fawn' waterfall. The walk described is short but may be easily extended - add the 'Earthquake trail' to see part of the highland boundary fault line.

Bike or Walk - Slopes of Ben Ledi of the Trossachs

An easy walk on forest roads (no public traffic) rising to about 700 feet on the lower slopes of Ben Ledi with extensive views over L. Lubnaig to GlenArtney mountains and Stuc a Chroin. To the north beyond Strathyre the Lawers range of mountains can be clearly seen. A spectacular walk or bikeride which can be shortened or extended according to time available and fitness.

Walk or Cycle Ben Venue of The Trossachs

A 9 mile walk or bike ride in the heart of the Trossachs. Easy start then stiff climb through forest on surfaced tracks and ending on a rough track through cleared plantations. Great views over Lochs Achray and Venachar before entering the forest once more to end up at the edge of the forest with open hillside to Ben Venue. Descent great fun for a mountain biker.

Walk or mountain bike on steep forest trails at Strathyre

Easy on foot, hard work on a mountain bike (no road bikes). Forest roads and trails through mature forests rising to about 1000 feet with an option to continue to the summit of Ben Shean. Descent is on a steep path through trees where cycling is difficult, sometimes impossible.

Walking route for Ben A'an with photos

One of the best wee hills in the Trossachs where a huge view is the prize for a little exertion.

You can find more routes for Walking in the Trossachs here and even more Trossachs walks for the adventurous here plus more about hills and mountains in the Trossachs with some mountain photos. Find out more about Callander, Trossachs.

More information about The Trossachs and Loch Lomond National Park

Some things to see in the The Trossachs and Accommodation Scotland

Visit The Trossachs website for further local information about the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park.

The Trossachs accommodation

The Trossachs Hotel accommodation and other places to stay

if you're over near Callander you might like to take on Ben Ledi or Ben Aan walks if Ben Lomond is a bit too much for you!