Loch Lomond Books
Lomond and Trossachs National Park:...
A Visitor Map and Guide to Things to See and Do in the New National
Lomond and the Trossachs.
This area of Scotland has long been acknowledged as perhaps
the most beautiful in the country and one of the most beautiful
in the world. So it is very surprising that until this book,
written by Robert D Campbell, was published, there has not been
a comprehensive guide to the area. Loch Lomond and the Trossachs
lies to the north of Glasgow and has for many years been the
playground and retreat of the rich and famous. Campbell gives
comprehensive instructions on how to explore the area by public
transport, road, rail and ferry, as well as detailing some scenic
car routes to follow.
East - The Walker's Map: From... Aberfoyle to Callander
over Ben Ledi and Ben Vorlich.
Loch Lomond and the Trossachs:... Including Stirling and
in the Trossachs and Rob Roy... Country.
Around the Trossachs, Callander... and Strathyre: 8 Easy
to Follow Walks.
Trossachs: History and Guide.
The National Park of The Trossachs and Loch Lomond is investigated
in depth by William Hendrie. Will contain a number of surprises
for locals and tourists.
Lomond and the Trossachs in History...
and Legend. The beautiful region which contains Loch Lomond
and the Trossachs has long been a magnet for visitors. It was
already popular when Sir Walter Scott made it world-famous.
Here are the stories of the people who came to it, why they
came, how they travelled and what they found. Most visitors
came as tourists: they included Wordsworth, Mendelssohn, Hans
Andersen, even Queen Victoria herself. Others came in the course
of their work: sixth-century saints brought Christianity, redcoats
and sailors pursued Rob Roy, politicians and engineers came
to revive the fortunes of Scotland with hydro-electricity after
the Second World War. The region is notable for variety in means
of travel. Tourists a century ago found an intricate network
of connecting trains, steamers and horse-drawn coaches, by which
they could range about the region with greater facility than
their descendants can today. This too is fully described. The
story of how Loch Lomond and the fast-flowing River Leven were
used as a highway for trade and commerce, by galleys, birlinns,
sailing gabbarts and, on the loch, paddle-steamers, is told
more comprehensively here than anywhere else.
Lomond and the Trossachs: Including...
Rob Roy Country (Pevensey Guides) All information on the area's
heritage, landscape, climate, flora and fauna is in this illustrated
guide. From water sports, golf and hill walking, Highland games
to sailing and pony-trekking there is plenty to entertain the
active visitor, whereas tranquil loch-side picnics, scenic coach
and car tours will appeal to those in search of relaxation.
Lomond, Trossachs, Stirling and...
Clackmannan Walks (Pathfinder Guide).
Lomond, the Trossachs and Loch... Loch Katrine (Our beautiful
Big Loch - Fishing Loch Lomond With...
To Tour Loch Lomond