Step 1 – Reduce what you consume. Bring your reusable water bottle and hot drink cup. Local businesses will support using reusables. Recycle your waste and minimise what ends up in landfill. Use waste bins, local recycling schemes or take it home. Do not litter. A plastic bottle is not the legacy visitors will want to see in 450 years.Read More
Step 2 – Plan your travel. Consider alternatives to always travelling by car. There are networks of cycle paths including NCN7 and West Lomond Cycle path. Bikes and ebikes can be hired, electric charging points are available. As well as public transport links there are waterbus routes on Loch Lomond.Read More
Step 3 – Consider what you do. Learn about where you visit through leisure. Discover native wildlife and their habitats through creative walking trails. Explore the species of plants and trees whilst climbing a hill. Take part in conservation, watch, listen and understand your impact whilst spending time in the great outdoors.Read More
Step 4 – Support local businesses. Discover the hidden gems where you can find great places to eat and drink, to shop, to take part in adventurous and not so adventurous activities being run by locals who want to show you the best of Loch Lomond and Trossachs.Read More
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