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National Park - nature conservation area in stirlingshire

Trossachs

The National park
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The Trossachs Trundler


The very word Trossachs conjures up portraits of shimmering lochs, craggy mountain tops and deep cut, forest filled glens, a miniature and compressed portrayal of all the magical landscape qualities which are associated with the Highlands of Scotland.
This was once a wild frontier land, home to supposedly 'lawless' clans.  Yet by the nineteenth century the Trossachs was already building its reputation as Scotland's first and most enduring holiday region.  No wonder then that Loch Lomond and the Trossachs - renowned worldwide for its beauty and history - has been chosen by the Government to become Scotland's first National Park in April 2001. This will bring improved management to the area, enhancing its quality and facilities for both local people and visitors.

To find out more about the pak visit the official website, click here.