Stronachlachar, the Northern end of Loch Katrine.
Loch Katrine can be reached from Callander. Leave Callander and head north on the A84 until you come to Kilmahog, you will see a sign for the A821, turn left here and head for Brig O’Turk and Loch Ackray. Just about 1/2 mile after Tigh Mor (looks like a castle) on the right, a small lane leads off to the car parking area at Loch Katrine. There is a large sign with directions down to the Loch on the A821 at the turning. It’s approx. 10 miles from Callander.
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A link to the official Loch Katrine web site can be found on the Links page.
Various views around Loch Katrine from the North end (Stronachlachar) down to the South end (Tigh Mor). There is a private asphalt road from the south end to Stronachlachar. The road is approx.15 miles long and can be used by pedestrians and anyone who hires a bicycle or an electric golf style buggy from the hire shop in the car park area at the south end of the loch. No doubt the bays along the loch have names but I’m afraid I don’t know any of them. It is a beautiful walk or ride but it is not all flat, although the “hills” are not steep.