Transport Rowardennan Scotland
From Drymen the West Highland Way climbs through a portion of forestry before crossing moorland to achieve Conic Hill. The dazzlingly breathtaking views from right here of Loch Lomond as well as its countries rank among the great moments of every journey along the Way. Following the village of Balmaha, the path stays near to Loch Lomond on an undulating but really scenic stretch that leads to Rowardennan. No crazy camping permitted with this section Mar - Oct- standard campsite at Sallochy. Puppies aren't allowed in two enclosed areas on the way of Conic Hill throughout the lambing season, also on a lead. The season usually can last for around three days at the conclusion of April and very early might. Temporary signage will undoubtedly be in position.
Forest songs then a hillpath over Conic Hill, accompanied by undulating and sporadically harsh going closer to Loch Lomond. A signed diversion at Garadhban woodland is in destination until end 2013 - see map.
Drymen is offered by coach; Rowardennan features just a ferry service in the summer months.
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