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Glenbranter and Loch Eck

East of Strachur through to the edge of the park before the town of Dunoon lies a beautiful area comprising Glen Branter and Loch Eck. In this area there are a arge number of walks and cycle paths as well as picnic and view points.

A walk of particular interest is the Lauder Walk which is approximately 2 miles long and takes you to the magnificent Allt Robuic Gorge with its swirling waters eddies and falls. A great wee walk to stretch your legs. The walk start at the Forestry car park in Glenbranter. Several circular routes can be found here

Loch Eck is about seven miles long and is popular spot for wildlife and of course anglers and picnicers.

Fly fihing is popular and boat hire is available in the area. The loch has many sandy beaches and little coves and so anglers and others can while away the time in a peacefull but rugged environment.


Above Loch Eck winds the road to Ardentinny on the west shores of Loch Long. This road provides spectacular views of the area and is well worth the negotiation of the narrow single track road.

Glen Branter in Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park, Scotland


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