Old Drymen Road
Old Drymen Road Forest Notices
COVID-19 has changed lots of things we do. And as we re-open the majority of our facilities and welcome more of you back in Phase 3, we need your help to do it safely. Please check what’s open before you travel; enjoy your visit safely by following NHS and Scottish Government guidance; take your litter home with you; and follow the Scottish Outdoor Access Code.
At this location:
- The car park is open and normal charges (if any) now apply.
The quiter southern end of Loch Ard Forest
This small car park provides access to the southern end of Loch Ard Forest. The tracks here are great for cycling, horse riding and walking.
High Corrie Trail
Head deep into the forest for good views over the Carse of Stirling and the Highland Boundary Fault. Great for walking, cycling or horse riding.
Firm tarmac and gravel surface throughout. Long moderate slopes for up to 500m. One road crossing.
Allow 3 hours
Horse riding and cycling
This quiet woodland is ideal for horse riding and cycling. National Cycle Route 7 links Drymen and Aberfoyle via Old Drymen Road.
The Rob Roy Way
The 94 mile Rob Roy Way begins in Drymen and turns off here into Loch Ard Forest on its way to Aberfoyle and ultimately Pitlochry. The route follows the tracks and paths used by Rob Roy MacGregor, Scotland's most notorious outlaw.
Facilities & access
The nearest public toilets are in Drymen.
Old Drymen Road car park is on the east side of the minor road that links Drymen and Gartmore. From the centre of Drymen, turn onto Old Gartmore Road (The Clachan Inn will be on your left) and head north for 4 miles. From Gartmore village - which is well signposted from the A81 south of Aberfoyle - follow signs to Drymen for 2 ½ miles.
G63 0EA is the nearest postcode.
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