Thursday, 23 November 2023
In November 1923, only four years after the establishment of the Forestry Commission, Glenmore was purchased from the Duke of Gordon. 2023 marks 100 ye...
We are currently felling trees infected with Phytophthora ramorum at Cruach Tairbeirt, Please remember to clean wheels, boots and paws before and after visiting the forest to help us 'Keep It Clean'.
These pretty woods nestle above the pass through which warlike Norsemen once land-hauled their longships from Loch Long to Loch Lomond. Today, the secluded hillside is perfect for finding some peace.
Linking Arrochar and Tarbet Station, this path passes through attractive birchwoods and provides wonderful views across Loch Long to the Arrochar Alps.
Uneven gravel path with some short rocky sections. Long steep slopes. Some sections may be muddy.
Allow 1½ hour
The nearest public toilets are in Tarbet village. There are plenty of places to eat and drink in both Tarbet and Arrochar.
There is no car park at this location.
The nearest public car parks are in Arrochar to the west or Tarbet to the east. Please park with consideration and do not block pedestrian and vehicle access points. Do consider public and active transport if available and possible.
The trails can be accessed from the underpass at Arrochar and Tarbet train station. You can also access the west end of the Arrochar Trail from the steps opposite the Arrochar Tea Room
G83 7DA is the nearest postcode.
Trails start from Arrochar & Tarbet railway station, where there is also a bus stop. Plan your journey at Traveline Scotland.
Start your hillwalk up The Arrochar Alps
Endless trails through an area of vast natural beauty