Park Rowardennan Scotland
Car Park Charge Introduced
Please be aware it now costs £3 to park a car within Rowardennan carpark, for access to Ben Lomond. This charge is introduced by Forestry Commission Scotland, the car park landowners, to fund car park improvements, litter approval, and bathroom upkeep. Once you've purchased a ticket, it's going to cover you for an entire day's parking in any for the east Loch Lomond car areas.
The fee is nothing to do with the National Trust for Scotland and will not subscribe to NTS management on Ben Lomond, although it can benefit the customer knowledge towards the lochside. In the event that you see Ben Lomond and Rowardennan frequently, there is also a season admission choice, costing £20, available from FCS at Aberfoyle.
Coach transportation is achievable as far as Balmaha (from Glasgow via Drymen), 7 kilometers to the south. After that it is a 7-mile walk/cycle to Rowardennan. Instead, there are regular buses within the A82 in the west side of Loch Lomond, that can be always access the ferry solutions operated by Cruise Loch Lomond (see more in by ferry area below).
Near NCN 7. By road north from Drymen, or cycles could be taken on the passenger ferry from Inverbeg.
The nearest stop is Balloch to the south of Loch Lomond.
Use the Balmaha roadway north from Drymen (B837). Rowardennan is 12 miles north of Drymen.
Ferry solutions are available between Rowardennan and both Luss and Tarbet every day from 29 March to 3 November 2013. For as much as time all about crossings and timetables, please see www.cruiselochlomond.co.uk