A long-distance walking route linking Loch Lomond, Gare Loch and Loch Long in four stages. Once of Scotland's Great Trails.
Beginning at Balloch, gateway to the Loch Lomond National Park, the route crosses the moors to reach Helensburgh and Charles Rennie Mackintosh's Hill House. It then crosses over to Glen Fruin and then enters the military training areas high above the nuclear weapons base at Faslane. After a detour to Garelochhead the route continues through the military ranges high above Loch Long. Arrochar, famous for its mountain skyline, is the next stop before a final stretch through the hills leads to Inveruglas on Loch Lomond. The route joins with the Cowal Way at Arrochar and both link to the West Highland Way by ferry from Inveruglas.
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Hi, I just ran the 3 Lochs Way. A brilliant day and fantastic adventure. Been thinking about it for ages and ran it as soon as lockdown and ran from North to South. I took just over 9 hours which shows you just how fast Graham's FKT is. This is my longest run to date, a huge learning experience and am now looking forward to my next long run.
I've only been running for 4 years and this is a wee bit better than my first run which was to the lamppost at the end of the street. Have a go folks.
Well Done ??????????