We arrived in Balloch and parked in the town. We made our way to the Tourist Information office and after a chat with one of the very helpful assistants, we were armed with leaflets and a map. We set off through a park area, along a wide tarmac path (good for wheelchairs and cycling) which wound its way to the foot of the loch. If you don't want to walk there is a little tram service which loops around.
What a beautiful view, it was stunning. We walked along the shoreline and savoured the tranquillity. Later we returned to the car and drove up the west side of the loch, stopping a number of times at small hamlets along the way. We drove all the way to Tarbet and then we came down the side of Loch Long, which also has amazing view. We drove all the way to Rhu and had a walk along the beach.
Beautiful weather on the day and I'm sure this helped with the views, as there was no cloud.
One point to mention, make sure you have enough fuel in your vehicle as we only passed 1 petrol station during our journey!
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