Island excursions are some of the best features of many of the areas people visit. Finding an island however in many land locked national parks is simply impossible. Lock Lomond and the Tossachs National Park is known as one of the most beautiful parts of the world, but it has an extra bonus in a tiny island within its borders. Inchacialloch Island is known as the jewel in Loch Lomond’s Crown and one trip to this spectacular place will prove this to be true.
One of the worst things about many island excursions is their inaccessibility to those that hove mobility limitations. Inchcailloch Island is far different than many remote islands due to the well-maintained trails that run throughout. There are two trails to choose from depending on what you wish to see. The first known as the low path and it will take visitors through the low-lying areas of the island. It is perfect for anyone with a fear of heights or very limited mobility.
Should you have the physical ability to climb a bit on your walk, you may want to take on the Summit. It sounds much scarier than it is and will offer you the ability to see the best views anywhere on the island. The climb is steeper than the low path, but is truly not the epic climb that the name boasts. Both walks will take about 30 to 45 minutes depending on walking speed, but if you are able to do both, you will be able to see the best of Inchcailloch Islands and Loch Lomond & the Trossachs National Park
Enjoy the beauty that is Inchcialloch Island with your friends and family today for an adventure and memories that will last a lifetime. There are many places to see within the park, but an excursion to this island is simply the icing on the already amazing cake.