The Three Lochs Way is a relitively new long-distance route linking Loch Lomond, Gare Loch and Loch Long in four stages. Starting at Balloch, the gateway to the Loch Lomond National Park, the route crosses the moors to reach Helensburgh and Charles Rennie Mackintosh's Hill House. It then follows tracks above the nuclear weapons base at Faslane (within reach of Garelochhead) and through military training areas high above Loch Long. Arrochar, famous for its mountain skyline, is the next stop before a final stretch through the hills leads to Inveruglas on Loch Lomond.
Cost: £295, $410 approx, €365 approx
Three nights Bed and Scottish breakfast. Entrance to Charles Rennie MacIntosh’s Hill House. Four days of expert Scottish guiding.
This is based on two people sharing, I can match up solo travelers wishing to share with room mates. A single room supplement is also available at an additional £60
A non-refundable deposit of £100 will secure your place, full payment must be received four weeks prior to the start date.
Dates for 2016:
27th-30th May, 23rd-26th September.
Day 1 - Balloch to Helensburgh
Day 2 - Helensburgh to Garelochhead
Day 3 - Garelochhead to Arrochar
Day 4 - Arrrochar to Inveruglas