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“This grocery store offers you the everyday items plus some gourmet goodies from The Highland Cookhouse and salmon, pate and halibut from Inveraw. There’s also some vegan options and very healthy food choices here, plus small souvenirs and gifts to take home!”
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“The Three Lochs Way If you are looking for a a long-distance walking route the Three Lochs Way has been recently upgraded and is in four parts. 1. Balloch to Helensburgh – 13.5km 3½ – 4½ hours 2. Helensburgh to Garelochhead – 14.75km 3½ – 4½ hours 3. Garelochhead to Arrochar / Tarbet – 19km 4½ – 5½ hours 4. Arrochar / Tarbert to Inveruglas – 9.5km 2½ – 3 hours It has a railway station at the start and end of each section, except at the very end at Inveruglas where there is only a bus stop. The West Highland Way The West Highland Way is the first of Scotland’s long distance routes and remains extremely popular. It starts in Milngavie on the edge of Glasgow and stretches to Fort William at the foot of Ben Nevis, the nearest part to us runs along the eastern shore of Loch Lomond. The route offers a fabulous introduction to the Scottish Highlands, glens and lochs West Highland Way: Drymen to Rowardennan You can park in Drymen and make direct access onto the West Highland way. The path climbs through a section of forestry beside Loch Lomond before crossing moorland to reach Conic Hill. The view from the summit is quite breathtaking overlooking Loch Lomond and its islands. After the village of Balmaha, the route stays close to Loch Lomond on an undulating but very scenic stretch that leads on to Rowardennan. Please note that dogs are not allowed in the two enclosed fields on the approach to Conic Hill during the lambing season, which is normaly in April and May. If you would like further details we recommend the following links: Three Lochs Way West Highland Way – Drymen to Rowardennan”
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