If you plan to just pop in for a look at the sea there are quite limited access to the view of the sea. A ferry trip is really the way to see it, because most of shores are private and not accessable
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A trip to Scotland and you MUST put this drive on your planner. The day was quite misty but still the scenery was spectacular.
We took an hour's sail on the lake on a very rainy, foggy day but with the running commentary provided, we could pick out the houses and other landmarks that have historical significance. It seems like a lovely lake with lots of small boat traffic.
Driving by Loch Lomond after visiting Inverness and Loch Ness. Loch Lomond has more lifely atmopshere than Loch Ness. It should not come as a surprise as Loch Ness is more suitable for a sea monster while Loch Lomond for birds, ducks and family with...More
I visited Loch Lomond on a drive through Scotland with some friends in May 2016. I love this part of the country, around every corner is a different, gorgeous view. Loch Lomond is a beautiful loch that we stopped off just for a bit to...More
Stopped a few points along the loch. Reviewing it from Luss, a nice place to visit the loch at. A few shops in town, a nice waterfront, a small boat launch that is worth walking out on. A great picture point. Worth about an hour...More
Most people visit the loch by taking a boat ride. We arrived this one by car and it was a pleasant ride. En-route we could enjoy gorgeous scenic view: the reflection of the water makes beautiful pictures.
We took A water is from Luss and decided to get off at Inchcailloch as it was such a glorious setting.This part of The Lomond National Park and it is truly gorgeous with marvellous views. We were A party ages 3- 69 and and we...More