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Outstanding scenery at a Highland crossroads

Tyndrum

Take a walk in Tyndrum

Roads from Fort William and Oban meet the road from the Lowlands in Tyndrum, making it a popular spot for travellers to rest. The Forestry Commission has been working with local communities here and in nearby Crianlarich to plant trees and create new trails in the forest. There are fine walks in the hills from here too.


Walking Mountain access

 Facilities

There is no parking specifically for the trail: you can park in one of the village car parks and walk to its start.

Nearby essentials

There are public toilets and a good choice of places to eat in Tyndrum.

Walking trails


Cycling trails


Mountain biking trails


Aim for the top

Tyndrum is surrounded by dramatic hills, with lots of un-waymarked routes onto the high tops. The West Highland Way passes through the forest here.

Contact: Cowal and Trossachs Forest District

Address: Aberfoyle, Stirling

Postcode: FK8 3UX

Telephone: 0300 067 6600

Email: cowaltrossachs@forestry.gsi.gov.uk


How to get here

From Glasgow, follow the A82 north along Loch Lomond to Tarbet. Take the A82 to Crianlarich, turn left and continue on the A82 until you come to the village of Tyndrum. Head through the village and pass the Green Welly Stop on your right. Just after you cross the river turn left and you’ll see the first waymarker post at the start of the trail. The trail leaves the public road at grid reference NN 327 306.

Using SatNav?

FK20 8SA is the nearest postcode.

Public transport

Trains and several bus routes go to Tyndrum. You'll find details at Traveline Scotland.

Nearby places

Crianlarich, just down the road, is another community-based project to create new forest routes.


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