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The Trossachs - part of the national park in stirlingshire

Trossachs

The National park
Wilderness
Rebels and Poets
Villages
Waterfalls and Viewpoints
The Trossachs Trundler


 

Video by Rab Campbell. Click on YouTube link to see more of his work.

The Trossachs is an area of woodlands, rivers and mountains stretching from Stirling to Perth. Popular with walkers, canoeists and wildlife enthusiasts it has a wide range of landscapes and villages to explore. The largest village is Callander which has a tourist information and visitor's centre as well as plenty of tourist shops, cafes and places to stay. The village also has a dramatic waterfall further up the hill, where there are more woodland walks to follow.

During the summer the Trossachs Trundler Bus can be caught in Stirling and will take you through the main scenic areas. The tourist information will be able to advise you of departure times and tickets. To explore some of the more challenging mountain walks it is advised to go by car with a map and proper clothing as well as seek advice from the local mountain rescue for your own safety.