Tales from the forest

Inspiration, stories and an insider's glimpse into the world of Scotland's forests

10 ways to enjoy Queen Elizabeth Forest Park this summer

Do a little, do a lot...

alice

1. Take part in the Alice in Wonderland quiz on the Waterfall Trail at The Lodge Forest Visitor Centre. Quiz sheets are available from the reception.

 

go ape the lodge

2. Swing through the trees with Go Ape, also at the Lodge.

trails the lodge
3.    Soak up the spectacular views on the Dukes Trail... at the Lodge!

three lochs viewpoint
4.    Have a picnic and enjoy the epic scenery at Loch Drunkie on The Three Lochs Forest Drive.

doon hill
5.    Discover fairies on the magical Doon Hill trail in Aberfoyle. This sculpture was created in partnership with Stirling Council.

sallochy beach

6.    Camp at Sallochy campsite on the shores of Loch Lomond. Book your pitch here.

loch katrine
7.    Sail the Sir Walter Scott on Loch Katrine or cycle on the Great Trossachs Path.

lochan spling
8.    Cycle the Lochan Spling trail in Loch Ard Forest and look out for some unusal inhabitants...

ben ledi
9.    Climb a mountain at Ben Ledi.

loch lomond craigie fort
10.    Walk sections of the West Highland Way.

What's your favourite part of Queen Elizabeth Forest Park? Share your thoughts in the comments section below...


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