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Hillwalking Glen Finlas

Walking Lomond Glens
      Glen Arklet      Glen Douglas      Glen Finlas      Glen Luss      

Lomond Glens Accommodation

 

Glen Finlas, Loch Lomond - Located on western side of Loch Lomond, south of Glen Luss,
Glenfinlas includes Fishing Cycling, Sightseeing,
Hillwalking, Climbing, Touring in the Scottish Countryside.


Hillwalking Glen Finlas - Scottish Walks.




After many years of walking the hills of Scotland, I found a wonderful walk on my very own doorstep just around 15 miles from my humble abode. The walk was a glen at the southern end of Loch Lomond on the western side just before Glen Luss. The Finlas Water sortie is a round trip of only four or five miles leading up to the dam of the same name.

Travelling on the A82 and about a half mile after the cut off for the B832 is a secondary road taking you to Antron farm and through Glen Fruin. Immediately on this road stop the car and disembark. A small single track road signposted for Finlas Water is the starting point.

Look at Loch Lomond Golf Course & Conic Hill from Glen Finlas
Look at Loch Lomond Golf Course
& Conic Hill from Glen Finlas

Looking at East Lochlomondside from Finlas water
Looking east at Lochlomondside
from finlas water

Shranton hill & Craperoch in Glen Finlas
Sharton Hill & Craperoch
in Finlas Glen

Finlas Dam west Loch Lomond
Finlas Dam on
West Loch Lomond


The journey is a little steep for the first mile and then levels out to an acceptable level, with great views of Loch Lomond and its islands. Shantron and Creachan hills provide the views as the walk continues to the dam itself for a well deserved rest before returning to your car. The parking area can only accommodate two cars.

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This website is dedicated to my passion - Walking throughout Scotland.
I have tried to share my experiences with you, in the hope that you will have some idea where to walk and what to look out for on your travels.
This is not an Official Guide but use only as a helpful hints & ideas to get you through the terrain.