The natural beauty of the Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park lends itself perfectly to the outdoor life.
Walking, golf, cycling, fishing and canoeing are just some of the outdoor activities you can enjoy in the area.
In addition to the West Highland Way, the area around Drymen has several walks of varying distances and abilities. Whether it’s a gentle woodlands stroll or a more challenging trek up one of the majestic Munro’s such as Ben Lomond, there’s no shortage on walks to choose from.
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There’s an excellent variety of cycle routes in and around Drymen and the surrounding area. There is a local cycle hire company in the village and if you’re travelling with your own bike we can provide safe storage for you. Maps and packed lunches are available on request.
The local area boasts an array of parkland golf courses such as Buchanan Castle Golf Club, Strathendrick Golf Club, Balfron Golf Club and The Carrick on Loch Lomond. Just let us know your requirements and we arrange tee-off times and golf club hire for you.
Beautiful Loch Lomond offers the opportunity to try out a variety of watersports. Whether you fancy more gentle pursuits like fishing and canoeing, to high octane activities such as water-skiing and wakeboarding, again there’s something to suit every taste.
Much more information can be found on all of the above at the Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park website.
West Highland Way
The West Highland Way links Milngavie, just outside Glasgow, to Fort William in the Highlands. Drymen is the first stop on the West Highland Way.
For those looking for a more active break, there are woodland walks, hill walking, cycling, fishing and a good selection of golf courses.
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