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Excursion tips for Drymen

On the edge of the Queen Elizabeth Forest Park is Drymen, a small village with just 760 inhabitants. This quaint place could hardly be better - to the west is the impressive Ben Goyne, east of Loch Lomond and south Glasgow. The West Highland Way in Drymen provides the perfect starting point for a hike and offers nature lovers a romantic and peaceful setting. Several pubs and a supermarket provide for the physical well-being of its visitors. The numerous leisure activities, which are all offered in the immediate vicinity leave nothing to be desired. Hiking, fishing, rafting, swimming, sailing and horseback riding are just a few examples.

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Activities nearby

Loch Lomond is considered one of the most beautiful lakes in the country, if not the most beautiful. Pay a visit to Dumbarton Castle, which impressively embeds itself in the water-built cliff. In Luss, you can stroll past the beautiful buildings of the 18th and 19th centuries. In the west of Loch Lomond you will find Helensburgh, which will enchant you with its vast streets, harbors and promenades. In the wider area you will find picturesque landscapes, visit historic villages and towns such as Stirling or visit traditional distilleries such as Glengoyne.