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Waterfalls & Viewpoints in stirlingshire

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The Trossachs Trundler


Inversnaid
Above the hamlet of Inversnaid, perched on the eastern shore of Loch Lomond, this picnic area offers superb views across the loch to the spectacular Arrochar Alps.  Also romantic falls and rock pools of the Snaid Burn.
Stronachlachar
At the western tip of Loch Katrine lies Stronachlachar, a calling point for the steamer SS Sir Walter Scott which sails from Trossachs pier during the summer months.
The Duke's Pass
The Duke's Pass, which meanders across the hills from Aberfoyle to the very heart of the Trossachs, has several small car parks and a spectacular view point from which you can obtain a bird's eye view of the 'microcosm of the Highlands'.
Strathard
Follow the winding road from Aberfoyle to Inversnaid and there are splendid opportunities to sit, relax and soak up the marvellous scenery of rob Roy Country at car parks and picnic areas along the delightful shores of Loch Ard (Loch of the Height) and Loch Chon (Loch of the Dogs).
Braklin Falls
The Braklin falls are signposted on the left as you come into Callander from Stirling. They were a popular attraction in Victorian times, a bridge allows you to cross the dramatic gorge and see the falls face on. Their are a couple gentle woodland walks around the falls.