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You are now entering Rob Roy MacGregor country and it's easy to see why the famous outlaw liked this area so much. Tucked away on the remote north-eastern shore of Loch Lomond. Inversnaid can only be reached by a small road from Aberfoyle. Therefore Inversnaid is a very peaceful and tranquil place surrounded by green hills, lush forests and rugged mountain landscapes. Take a walk throught the Nature Reserve or visit the Falls of Inversnaid - beautiful waterfalls tumbling into Loch Lomond. If you are interested in local history, you can also check out ‘Rob Roy's Cave’- a secret hideaway used by the man himself.

How to get there

By Road
From Aberfoyle, take the B829 to Inversnaid.

Things to do/Places of interest

RSPB Bird Reserve
The area around Glen Falloch at the north end of Loch Lomond is very beautiful indeed, surrounded in ancient woodlands and home to an abundance of wildlife. This Bird Reserve's remote location makes it the perfect place to spot rare species such as:
• Black grouse
• Wood warbler
• Redstarts
• Red kites
• Black-throated and red-throated divers
Please note that the reserve is amongst some rocky and steep terrain and may not be suitable for some visitors
There are toilets and parking facilities and entrance is free - although donations are welcomed.
0141 331 0993

Inversnaid Photography Centre and Lodge
Inversnaid Lodge, By Aberfoyle, Stirling,
FK8 3TU, +44 (0) 1877 386254
Ever find yourself saying, 'Wow look at the view '- then whip out your camera to capture the moment - but never quite seem to do it justice? Then the Inversnaid Photography Centre could help! Offering numerous courses/workshops lasting from a few days to a full week- ensuring by the end of your stay here you'll be the master at creating your own perfect Kodak moment for years to come! The centre also provides accommodation for West Highland Way walkers including meals and a packed lunch service. Set in a beautiful location within the RSPB Reserve it's a great place to reflect on your day's adventures.