Walks off the Beaten Track
Day Walks

Although the Trossachs do not contain Scotland's highest or wildest hills, they do contain some relatively unknown gems which can still surprise even experienced hillwalkers. Trossachs Treks aims to introduce you to some of these and to help you to understand the environment by explaining the flora, fauna, geography and local history of the terrain.

Loch Arklet
If you are looking for a physical challenge, we can take you up a Munro (a hill over 3000') - these tend to be more popular with other hillwalkers, but we will find a quieter route. Alternatively you may prefer to tackle a smaller hill - in general these are less well frequented and may well give you better views of the area. Or you may wish to stay on lower ground and walk around our lochs or glens - you will not see the distant views but may capture that classic photograph of the hills with a loch in the foreground. The choice is yours!

Our walks are not endurance exercises - they will be led at a comfortable pace with plenty of time to rest, to look around and to appreciate the surroundings. We do not scramble or venture onto rocky ground - but we may cover rough terrain where there are no well marked tracks, so you need walking boots which give your ankles some support.

Walks normally last for around 5 - 7 hours and are divided into one of three broad categories:

A: Strenuous and/or over rough ground. Over 10 miles and/or more than 2,500 feet of ascent.

B: Intermediate, possibly over rough ground. Around 10 miles and/or 500-2,500 feet of ascent.

C: Gentle on paths. Less then 10 miles and under 500 feet of ascent.B

Click Here for a flavour of some of our regular walks.

Rather than having a fixed programme of walks, we specialise in tailoring one to your individual requirements. Whether you have a particular destination in mind, want to walk on a specific day or just want to organise an outing to remember for a group of your friends, contact us to see how we can help.

For ways to contact us, click on: About Us

In addition, please read the additional information on our Safety page.