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Things to Do Loch Lomond and Helensburgh

Ardardan Estate and Ardmore Point
Ardardan Estate and Ardmore Point
Ardardan Estate features a farm shop, garden nursery and tearoom, all set in a restored walled garden on the banks of the River Clyde between Cardross and Helensburgh....
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Ardgartan Forest Walks and Trails
Ardgartan Forest Walks and Trails
Ardgartan is part of the Argyll Forest Park, a magnificent stretch of rugged hill country that was established in 1935 as the first Forest Park for public use in...
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Argyll Sea Kayak Trail
Argyll Sea Kayak Trail
The Argyll Sea Kayak Trail is 150km long and offers some of the best sea kayaking in Europe. Rich in wildlife, naturally diverse coastline, sheltered waters, islands,...
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Arrochar Alps & Cobbler
Arrochar Alps & Cobbler
The Arrochar Alps is by far the most spectacular mountain range in the southern Highlands. The most popular hill within this group is Ben Arthur, commonly known as The...
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Balloch Castle Country Park
Balloch Castle Country Park
Balloch Castle Country Park sits on the southeast shores of Loch Lomond, and offers lovely walking and great play parks for kids. Loch Lomond’s only country park,...
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Can You Experience
Can You Experience
Let the adventure begin! Can You Experience offer a wide range of outdoor activities from the beach at Loch Lomond Shores.Canoes, kayaks, katacanus plus rowing and pedal...
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Cardross Golf Club
Cardross Golf Club
Cardross is an 18-hole, undulating parkland course with lovely views of the river Clyde. Visitors are welcome to enjoy a game of golf and some refreshments in the...
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Cowal Way
Cowal Way
Flanked by Loch Long and Loch Fyne, the Cowal peninsula is a rich landscape of contrasts, ranging from the dramatic peaks of the north to the mellow scenery of the...
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Duchess Wood Local Nature Reserve
Duchess Wood Local Nature Reserve
Set within the greenbelt of Helensburgh, Duchess Wood is a rich and diverse woodland with a variety of different plant and animal species. Known locally as...
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Firkin Point Picnic Area and Walk
Firkin Point Picnic Area and Walk
Firkin Point can be found on the west bank of Loch Lomond about halfway between Inverbeg and Tarbet. Starting the walk from the car park and picnic site, it's...
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Geilston Garden
Geilston Garden
Geilston Garden must be one of the National Trust For Scotland's most enchanting gardens. It's typical of the small country estates on the banks of the Clyde...
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Geocaching
Geocaching
Geocaching is a great way to get out exploring and have a real world adventure anywhere, anytime. And with geocaches hidden all over Argyll and the Isles there’s...
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Glenarn
Glenarn
Glenarn is a private garden largely created and originally made famous for its collection of species rhododendrons by the Gibson family. Established in the 1920s and 30s...
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Gouk Hill Muir Viewpoint on the John Muir Way
Gouk Hill Muir Viewpoint on the John Muir Way
The first (or last) leg of the John Muir Way takes you from Helensburgh to Balloch. It's nine-miles long, can be walked or cycled and takes you though stunning...
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Helensburgh and Lomond Cycleways
Helensburgh and Lomond Cycleways
The Helensburgh and Lomond cycleways are part of the National Cycle Route 7, which runs from Sunderland to Inverness via Penrith, Carlisle, Dumfries, Ayr, Glasgow,...
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Helensburgh Golf Club
Helensburgh Golf Club
With excellent greens and an overall superb course receiving much acclaim from visitors, this is one of the best moorland courses in the west of Scotland. It's a...
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Helensburgh Heritage Centre
Helensburgh Heritage Centre
Visit Helensburgh Heritage Trust’s Heritage Centre at Helensburgh Library on West King Street during library opening hours. You'll find changing displays of...
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Helensburgh Sailing Club
Helensburgh Sailing Club
Helensburgh Sailing Club is a fantastic place to learn how to sail or improve your sailing skills. Sail in a beautiful part of Scotland in the safe, yet exciting,...
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Hill House
Hill House
High on a hill, overlooking the River Clyde, sits the Hill House – what is universally regarded as Charles Rennie Mackintosh’s finest domestic creation. The celebrated...
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John Muir Way
John Muir Way
The John Muir Way, which opened in 2014, is a fabulous long-distance route running through central Scotland and linking Helensburgh in Argyll in the west to Dunbar in...
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