The northern part of Stirlingshire, including the Trossachs, has long been viewed as the day-trip destination by those living in the northern half of Glasgow.
Families would pile into cars on a Sunday and drive to Callander, Doune and the Trossachs for afternoon tea and a wander round the Queen Elizabeth Forest Park or Loch Katrine.
It is no less popular a destination today, being part of the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park and is now also a mecca for walkers heading up the hills surrounding Loch Lomond’s eastern shore, like Ben Ledi and Ben Lomond.
There are many beautiful lochs to explore, including the only lake in Scotland, the Lake of Monteith, with its ancient ruin, the monastery Inchmahome Priory which served as a refuge to Mary, Queen of Scots, in 1547 when she was just four years old.
Explore Scotland’s past and some of its beautiful lochs with our hand-drawn map of Stirlingshire North.
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