Distance: 1.2 miles/ 2 km
Passing by the beautiful Arklet falls which have been an inspiration to many poets, this section of The Great Trossachs Path offers stunning views over Loch Lomond.
Terrain: The path is narrow with steps and some boggy sections. There is a small section on the public road. Cyclists are advised to use the public road for this section of The Great Trossachs Path.
Refreshments: Route passes by Inversnaid Hotel and the Inversnaid Bunk house.
The RSPB Inversnaid Visitor Gateway provides local information as well as a public toilet.
Distance: 3.8 miles/ 6km
Walking along the rugged open hillside is an exhilarating experience. This is one of the newest sections of the woodland corridor within The Great Trossachs Forest NNR.
Terrain: A well made path. There are a couple of very short but steep sections.
Refreshments: The Pier cafe at Stronachlachar.
Distance: 12.4 miles/ 20 km
This stunning lochside journey has inspired artists and writers for hundreds of years. the story of this landscape continues today with a new forest in the making- over a million native trees have been planted here.
Terrain: tarmac single track road along the lochside.
Refreshments: The Pier cafe at Stronachlachar and Brenachoile Cafe at Trossachs Pier
Distance: 6 miles/ 9.7 km
Dense woodland and the picturesque village of Brig o' Turk offer a variety of sights and sounds along this section.
Terrain: Mostly on forest tracks with short sections on roadside pavements and a narrow boardwalk.
Refreshments: Brenachoile Cafe at Trossachs Pier, The Byre Inn, Brig o' Turk or the Brig o' Turk Tearoom.
The Glen Finglas Visitor Gateway provides local information as well as a public toilet.
Distance: 5.4 miles/ 8.6 km
Passing through ancient woodland, open hills and newly emerging trees- there is so much nature to experience along this section.
Terrain: Well made off road path for the whole section. If cycling take care as there are some short steep sections.
Refreshments: Byre Inn or Brig o' Turk Tearoom or The Lade Inn at Kilmahog
Distance: 1.2 miles/ 2km
This section follows the old railway line from Callander and passes through farmland and the outskirts of the town.
Terrain: Mostly tarmac- following the old railway line.
Refreshments: The Lade Inn, Kilmahog. Numerous options in Callander