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Explore Loch Lomond & The Trossachs from


A stay at Forest Hills Hotel & Resort places you in an enviable position within an area renowned for its exceptional natural beauty – Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park.

Established in 2002 and the first of Scotland’s two National Parks, it covers 720 square miles and contains a fabulous array of lochs, rivers, woodlands, mountains and historical sites. The park also features Loch Lomond - Britain’s largest freshwater lake, also regarded as one of its loveliest.

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Loch Ard

The beautiful Loch Ard is right on our doorstep and we agree with Scottish author and poet, Sir Walter Scott, who described it as ‘an enchanting sheet of water’.


Known as the Gateway to the Trossachs, it sits at the heart of some of Scotland’s most glorious countryside with mountains, lochs, forests, and even castles and distilleries.

The Trossachs

Tree-covered slopes, dramatic mountains and hills, waterfalls and miles of unspoilt countryside are what make this area so magical.


Many of the area’s magical lochs will be a key feature of the landscape as you’re walking or cycling within the Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park.

Historic Scotland

This area of Scotland is rich with history for you to explore, from William Wallace and the Battle of Stirling Bridge to Robert the Bruce and the Battle of Bannockburn.

Hill & Mountain Climbing

Thanks to the geological fault line that runs right across the Park you can experience the striking contrasts between the Scottish Lowlands and Highlands.


There are so many hidden gems and breathtaking views to be found when exploring Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park on foot.


Discover the Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park by bike, with hundreds of miles of cycle paths for riders of all levels.