|Brenachoile Trail (Forestry Commission Scotland)|
|Distance||6.8 km/ 4.25 miles|
|Time||1 hr 45 minutes|
Trossachs Pier (Sir Walter Scott Steamship)
A821, take turning to Loch Katrine
NB car park charges apply
|Type of path||Tarmac|
An easy walk (along a private road) into our cultural history through ancient semi-natural woodland, spectacular loch and mountain views.
It follows the Art & Literature trail, with information about the famous artists and writers who were inspired by this landscape. As well as being a walk with a cultural history, it also passes through ancient semi‐natural woodland, and has superb loch and mountain views.
The walk goes to the Brenachoile View point on the northern shore of the loch, with superb views of the loch and across to Ben Venue- and a great picnic spot.
Buggy & Wheelchair freindly, Views, Woodland, Lochside
|Nearby facilities|| Public Toilet, cafe, gift shop and visitor information available at Trossachs Pier
Brig o' Turk, Aberfoyle and Callander are all nearby
|Details of route||
From the Trossachs Pier car park follow the private road leading along the loch shore. Please note that cyclists and some cars use this road.
After 2 miles you will reach Brenachoile point and the return route is back along the private road.
The Brenachoile Trail is marked on the Loch Katrine leaflet with red dots and starts from the Trossachs Pier car park. For up to date information about this trail- see the Forestry Commission website
For those with restricted mobility, an electric buggy can be hired from Katrinewheelz