Made famous in the old song "The Bonnie Banks o' Loch Lomond", Scotland's largest loch in terms of area stretches 24 miles long and lies on the Highland boundary fault dividing Lowland and Highland Scotland. The area north of the loch is mountainous and to the south is wooded islands and shores. One popular way to see the loch is a boat cruise leaving from the Balloch pier. National Park Visitor Centre, Balmaha, Central Scotland, Scotland, G63 OJQ
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The Trossachs is one of most beautiful areas of Scotland and lies on the border between the Lowlands and the Highlands. This is Rob Roy country, the home of the 18th-century outlaw who defied English and Scottish authorities alike. Take a steam boat trip on Loch Katrine, where the outlaw roamed, or see his grave at Balquhidder. Explore Queen Elizabeth Forest Park, with over 32,000 acres of plantations and a Forestry Visitor Centre, or take a wonderful scenic drive through Archray Forest. National Park Visitor Centre, Balmaha, Central Scotland, Scotland, G63 OJQ