Loch Lomond Boating

Boating on Loch Lomond can be as exciting or relaxing as

you like. If fishing doesn’t sound like your idea of a good

time, there’s plenty more to do on the Loch; why not ex-

plore the many tiny islands dotted around the loch, or go

for a jaunt around the Loch on one of the Loch Lomond

Cruise Boats, or enjoy a peaceful drink while watching the

sunset?

Blissful relaxation for those of a peaceful nature.

Choice is the buzzword here at Ardlui, however, and for

those who like a bit of adrenaline in their holiday there are

speedboat tours and the Loch Lomond Sea Plane to keep

your stay on the Loch as exciting as you like!

Loch Lomond Cycling

The Loch area is home to many beautiful cycle paths which

vary from the exciting, adrenaline rush hill climbs, to

slower, more serene paths through the flora and fauna.

Cycling around the Loch is a wonderful way to explore the

area more fully and you’re sure to meet friends along the

way!

Have a look at www.routes2ride.org.uk for cycling

inspiration! For bike hire try www.canyouexperience.com

Loch Lomond Distilleries

There are a number of distilleries close by which offer a

great tour for anyone interested in the best spirit in the

world! Ardlui is at the ‘gateway’ to the highlands, so it is

close to both highland and lowland malt producers.

Lowland Malts

Auchentoshan Distillery(35 miles) -

www.auchentoshan.co.uk

Glengoyne Distillery(38 miles) - www.glengoyne.com

Highland Malts

Glenturret & The Famous Grouse Experience(44 miles) -

www.thefamousgrouse.com

Oban Distillery(49 miles) - www.discovering-

distilleries.com/oban

Loch Lomond Fishing

If you’re a keen angler or simply enjoy the peace that

comes with fishing why not indulge yourself on Loch

Lomond? The Loch has some of the most prolific pike fish-

ing in the country, as well being home to brown trout,

salmon and sea trout.

Visit www.lochlomondfishing.co.uk for more information

about fishing on the Loch.

Loch Lomond Golf

There is a veritable feast for the avid golfer in Loch

Lomond, with sixteen golf courses to choose from in the

local area, including the internationally renowned Loch

Lomond Course, famous for its World Invitation Open

Championship.

The Carrick (18 miles) - www.thecarrick.com

Helensburgh (28 miles) - www.helensburghgolfclub.co.uk

Loch Lomond

Outdoor Activities

HORSE RIDING

Fun for all the family on the banks of Loch Fyne at Inverary,

Argyll Adventure offers horse riding for adults and kids

alike. With many other activities available, it’s a great day

out. 32 miles away. - www.horserides.co.uk

QUAD BIKING/CLAY PIGEON/ARCHERY

Quadmania in Dunnon, Argyll offer an exciting day out for

all the family either on quad bikes or by teaching you how

to clay pigeon shoot or fire a bow!

www.quadmaniascotland.co.uk

Touring By Road

Ardlui is in the heart of the national park, making it an

ideal base to tour the local area by car or motorcycle.

Many of these routes take a different way back, so you

don’t have to cover your tracks twice! Some examples

below:

Ardlui-Dalmaly-Inverary-Ardlui: 70 miles

Ardlui-Arrochar-Helensburgh-Ardlui: 55 miles

Ardlui-Oban-Lochgilphead-Inverary-Ardlui: 140 miles

Ardlui-Stirling-Glagow-Ardlui: 130 miles

Loch Lomond - Places

of Interest

The shores of Loch Lomond are dotted with many charm-

ing villages including Balloch, Balmaha, Luss and Tarbet to

name but a few; all of which are easily accessible from

Ardlui and perfect for a day out.

Loch Lomond Shores, the Sea Life Centre and Balloch

Castle are all ingredients in the recipe for a great day out

for all the family, and just a short drive from Ardlui.

Loch Lomond is beautifully positioned within central

Scotland, affording visitors the chance to explore some of

Scotland’s ancient cities including Glasgow, Edinburgh and

Stirling, as well as the smaller but equally stunning towns

of Oban, Callander, Fort William and Inverary.

Loch Lomond Shopping

There are a number of great shopping areas in the sur-

rounding area for the avid shopper. Please see the links

below.

Balloch (28 miles)

www.lochlomondshores.com

www.antartexvillage.co.uk

www.shoppingvillages.com/lochlomond/lochlomond.htm

Loch Fyne(25 miles) - www.lochfyne.com

Tynedrum (13 miles) - www.thegreenwellystop.co.uk

Loch Lomond

Scotland is a country internationally renowned for it’s truly awesome scenery; it has such an in-

credible beauty which has inspired poets, songwriters, artists and romantics the world over.

Nowhere in Scotland is as beautiful as Loch Lomond, the loch they call ‘The Loch where the

Legend Lives’.

The majestic beauty of Loch Lomond lies in contradiction and dichotomy; the contrast of lowland

and highland, land and loch, wild and tranquil.

Loch Lomond possesses a beauty so powerful you’ll remember it forever.

The Loch is surrounded by some of the most stunning scenery Scotland has to offer, not to men-

tion some of the most incredible wildlife.

There are so many activities to enjoy around the Loch you’ll never be bored, indeed, your senses

will be in overdrive with the veritable feast of nature surrounding you! Water sports, golf, walking,

hiking and fishing are only some of the activities readily available to visitors.

For more information about Loch Lomond visit www.loch-lomond.net, www.Trossachs.co.uk and

www.Destination-LochLomond.co.uk .

Loch Lomond Walking

The Loch Lomond area is surrounded by gorgeous walking paths

which show the Loch to its best advantage, there are myriad

planned walks to choose from and we’re sure you’ll find one per-

fect for you, whether you’re looking for something challenging or

something peaceful and relaxing.

Of course, there is the most famous walking path of all, The West

Highland Way which winds through the shores of the Loch. Myth

like in its fame, the West Highland Way offers both gentle and

testing walking and is very popular with visitors to the area who

want to see a bit more of the spectacular countryside.

Click on the link below for more information on the West

Highland Way.

www.west-highland-way.co.uk

Ardlui Marina

The Ardlui Marina lies on the tranquil north shores of Loch Lomond. With all the facili-

ties you expect from a premiere marina, the Ardlui Marina boasts swinging moorings,

floating pontoons and an out of the water boat yard among its many attributes. Other

facilities include a twenty ton travel hoist, a slipway, trailer and boat storage, hull main-

tenance, floating fuel pontoon, pump out station, boat hire, and ferry from the West

Highland Way. Our boat sales and brokerage department deals in new and used boats,

with a number of vessels in stock at any one time. Click here for more information.

The Ardlui Marina is the ideal location from which to explore the real Loch Lomond;

steeped in history and myth and dotted with myriad mysterious and charming islands.

The ‘Loch where the Legend Lives’ will capture your imagination and leave you blissfully

exhilarated after a day’s exploration.

For further information regarding the marina or boat sales, please contact the office on

01301 704243 or 01301 704333.

a. Boating

e. Golfing

i. Shopping

b. Cycling

f. Horse Riding

j. Loch Lomond

c. Distilleries

g. Touring

k. Hill Walking

d. Fishing

h. Local Interest

l. Marina

Loch Side View Cabin with Private Jetty on the  banks of Loch Lomond in Ardlui

a. Boating

e. Golfing

i. Shopping

b. Cycling

f. Horse Riding

j. Loch Lomond

c. Distilleries

g. Touring

k. Hill Walking

d. Fishing

h. Local Interest

l. Marina

Loch Lomond Boating

Boating on Loch Lomond can be as exciting or relaxing as

you like. If fishing doesn’t sound like your idea of a good

time, there’s plenty more to do on the Loch; why not explore

the many tiny islands dotted around the loch, or go for a

jaunt around the Loch on one of the Loch Lomond Cruise

Boats, or enjoy a peaceful drink while watching the sunset?

Blissful relaxation for those of a peaceful nature.

Choice is the buzzword here at Ardlui, however, and for

those who like a bit of adrenaline in their holiday there are

speedboat tours and the Loch Lomond Sea Plane to keep

your stay on the Loch as exciting as you like!

Loch Lomond Cycling

The Loch area is home to many beautiful cycle paths

which vary from the exciting, adrenaline rush hill climbs,

to slower, more serene paths through the flora and fauna.

Cycling around the Loch is a wonderful way to explore the

area more fully and you’re sure to meet friends along the

way!

Have a look at www.routes2ride.org.uk for cycling

inspiration! For bike hire try www.canyouexperience.com

Loch Lomond Distilleries

There are a number of distilleries close by which offer a great

tour for anyone interested in the best spirit in the world!

Ardlui is at the ‘gateway’ to the highlands, so it is close to both

highland and lowland malt producers.

Lowland Malts

Auchentoshan Distillery(35 miles) - www.auchentoshan.co.uk

Glengoyne Distillery(38 miles) - www.glengoyne.com

Highland Malts

Glenturret & The Famous Grouse Experience(44 miles) -

www.thefamousgrouse.com

Oban Distillery(49 miles) - www.discovering-

distilleries.com/oban

Loch Lomond Fishing

If you’re a keen angler or simply enjoy the peace that

comes with fishing why not indulge yourself on Loch

Lomond? The Loch has some of the most prolific pike

fishing in the country, as well being home to brown

trout, salmon and sea trout.

Visit www.lochlomondfishing.co.uk for more information

about fishing on the Loch.

Loch Lomond Golf

There is a veritable feast for the avid golfer in Loch

Lomond, with sixteen golf courses to choose from in the

local area, including the internationally renowned Loch

Lomond Course, famous for its World Invitation Open

Championship.

The Carrick (18 miles) - www.thecarrick.com

Helensburgh (28 miles) - www.helensburghgolfclub.co.uk

Loch Lomond Outdoor Activities

HORSE RIDING

Fun for all the family on the banks of Loch Fyne at

Inverary, Argyll Adventure offers horse riding for adults

and kids alike. With many other activities available, it’s

a great day out. 32 miles away. - www.horserides.co.uk

QUAD BIKING/CLAY PIGEON/ARCHERY

Quadmania in Dunnon, Argyll offer an exciting day out

for all the family either on quad bikes or by teaching

you how to clay pigeon shoot or fire a bow!

www.quadmaniascotland.co.uk

Touring By Road

Ardlui is in the heart of the national park, making it an

ideal base to tour the local area by car or motorcycle.

Many of these routes take a different way back, so you

don’t have to cover your tracks twice! Some examples

below:

Ardlui-Dalmaly-Inverary-Ardlui: 70 miles

Ardlui-Arrochar-Helensburgh-Ardlui: 55 miles

Ardlui-Oban-Lochgilphead-Inverary-Ardlui: 140 miles

Ardlui-Stirling-Glagow-Ardlui: 130 miles

Places of Interest

The shores of Loch Lomond are dotted with many charm-

ing villages including Balloch, Balmaha, Luss and Tarbet to

name but a few; all of which are easily accessible from

Ardlui and perfect for a day out.

Loch Lomond Shores, the Sea Life Centre and Balloch

Castle are all ingredients in the recipe for a great day out

for all the family, and just a short drive from Ardlui.

Loch Lomond is beautifully positioned within central

Scotland, affording visitors the chance to explore some of

Scotland’s ancient cities including Glasgow, Edinburgh and

Stirling, as well as the smaller but equally stunning towns

of Oban, Callander, Fort William and Inverary.

Loch Lomond Shopping

There are a number of great shopping areas in the sur-

rounding area for the avid shopper. Please see the links

below.

Balloch (28 miles)

www.lochlomondshores.com

www.antartexvillage.co.uk

www.shoppingvillages.com/lochlomond/lochlomond.htm

Loch Fyne(25 miles) - www.lochfyne.com

Tynedrum (13 miles) - www.thegreenwellystop.co.uk

Scotland is a country internationally renowned for it’s truly awesome

scenery; it has such an incredible beauty which has inspired poets,

songwriters, artists and romantics the world over. Nowhere in

Scotland is as beautiful as Loch Lomond, the loch they call ‘The Loch

where the Legend Lives’.

The majestic beauty of Loch Lomond lies in contradiction and di-

chotomy; the contrast of lowland and highland, land and loch, wild

and tranquil.

Loch Lomond possesses a beauty so powerful you’ll remember it

forever.

The Loch is surrounded by some of the most stunning scenery

Scotland has to offer, not to mention some of the most incredible

wildlife.

There are so many activities to enjoy around the Loch you’ll never be

bored, indeed, your senses will be in overdrive with the veritable feast

of nature surrounding you! Water sports, golf, walking, hiking and fish-

ing are only some of the activities readily available to visitors.

For more information about Loch Lomond visit www.loch-lomond.net,

www.Trossachs.co.uk and www.Destination-LochLomond.co.uk .

Loch Lomond Walking

The Loch Lomond area is surrounded by gorgeous walk-

ing paths which show the Loch to its best advantage,

there are myriad planned walks to choose from and we’re

sure you’ll find one perfect for you, whether you’re look-

ing for something challenging or something peaceful and

relaxing.

Of course, there is the most famous walking path of all,

The West Highland Way which winds through the shores

of the Loch. Myth like in its fame, the West Highland Way

offers both gentle and testing walking and is very popu-

lar with visitors to the area who want to see a bit more of

the spectacular countryside.

Click on the link below for more information on the West

Highland Way.

www.west-highland-way.co.uk

The Ardlui Marina lies on the tranquil north shores of Loch

Lomond. With all the facilities you expect from a premiere

marina, the Ardlui Marina boasts swinging moorings, floating

pontoons and an out of the water boat yard among its many

attributes. Other facilities include a twenty ton travel hoist, a

slipway, trailer and boat storage, hull maintenance, floating

fuel pontoon, pump out station, boat hire, and ferry from the

West Highland Way. Our boat sales and brokerage depart-

ment deals in new and used boats, with a number of vessels

in stock at any one time. Click here for more information.

The Ardlui Marina is the ideal location from which to explore

the real Loch Lomond; steeped in history and myth and dot-

ted with myriad mysterious and charming islands. The ‘Loch

where the Legend Lives’ will capture your imagination and

leave you blissfully exhilarated after a day’s exploration.

For further information regarding the marina or boat sales,

please contact the office on 01301 704243 or 01301 704333.

Loch Lomond

Ardlui Marina

Available 365 days a year WITH PRIVATE JETTY AND DECKING
Loch Side View