The pretty, bustling holiday town of Callander, with its numerous souvenir shops and tearooms, often described as the “Gateway to the Highlands” is situated on the River Teith, near Stirling. Callander is a popular base for visitors exploring the Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park and 'Rob Roy Country', or stopping off on their way up into the Highlands. The town is also known for the location of the original Doctor Findlay’s Casebook TV series.
The Trossachs Woollen Mill at nearby Kilmahog is a popular stop-off point to see the old weaving sheds and machinery and to visit Hamish the Highland Bull, the oldest in Britain with horns over 1 metre wide!
Steamship Sir Walter Scott at Loch Katrine
Experience Loch Katrine and the ever changing Trossachs landscape throughout the varying seasons, onboard our classic and elegant 117 year old steamship 'Sir Walter Scott', ore onboard our cruiser 'La...VIEW INFO
Trossachs Woollen Mill
Trossachs Woollen Mill The Trossachs is home to Hamish the famous Highland bull who is 20 years of age and the oldest Highland bull in Britain; with horns over one metre wide. Hamish lives with his fr...VIEW INFO
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RT @bikepackingscot: 1st day of gravel magic in Argyll from Helensburgh 2 Dunoon. Follow Markus on day 2 & have a look at the route here ht…