Loch Lomond thrills and spills

Thrilling adventures at Loch Lomond

For those with an appetite for adventure, we’ve put together this list of things to do during your stay at Loch Lomond Waterfront that will get your adrenaline going! So, get ready for an action-packed holiday of memorable experiences, all set against the breathtaking backdrop of Loch Lomond and The Trossachs.

Walking, running and biking

Nothing gets the blood pumping like an invigorating walk or run in the fresh Scottish air. There are plenty of varied and challenging walks in the area. From climbing the iconic Ben Lomond to walking the long-distance West Highland Way. Or why not take a run up our local Conic Hill? The views from the top are incredible!

There are also several brilliant mountain biking trails in Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park. Aberfoyle Bike Park has blue, orange and black trails, so there’s something for everyone. But the trails here are known for being natural, steep and challenging.


Snow sports and water sports

Less than an hour’s drive from here, centres such as Bearsden Ski and Board Club, Snow Factor and Glasgow Ski and Snowboard Centre offer a range of thrilling winter sports. Including skiing, snowboarding and some centres also have tubing activities. Speeding down the slopes, you’re sure to feel the adrenaline rush!

Then, experience Loch Lomond on the water with a rip-roaring speedboat tour! Loch Lomond Leisure offer both short trips and luxury tours, which travel at speed on the open waters. They also provide water-skiing, wakeboarding, paddleboarding, kayaking activities and much more.

Outdoor adventure centres

There are loads of outdoor adventure companies in the area. In Your Element runs a range of activities, from water sports to archery and abseiling. And we have two aerial assault courses in the area, TreeZone Loch Lomond and Go Ape Aberfoyle, each with hair-raising zip lines.

Also, local equestrian centres such as Loch Lomond Pony Trekking and Lomondside Stud offer treks and lessons that will get you off the beaten track. Exploring the area on horseback is an exciting experience, as you navigate through rugged terrain and glorious Scottish landscapes.

Take to the skies

Enjoy a thrilling seaplane flight over spectacular Scottish scenery with Loch Lomond Seaplanes. Taking in views such as Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park, the Kyles of Bute and Loch Fyne, the Islands of Jura, Islay and Gigha. This is a unique experience on Loch Lomond, and one you’ll never forget. Flights depart from Cameron House, near Balloch.

And when you’ve had your adrenaline fix, there is plenty more adventure to be had around Loch Lomond. From discovering the fascinating local history to sampling our delicious whiskies and delicacies. So, come to Loch Lomond for adventure, thrills and spills! Whatever you’re into, you’ll find fun activities to keep you active. Find out more about our luxury accommodation and book your break today.

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