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Visit Loch Lomond Newsletter Autumn 2019

Autumn Short Breaks
What's On This Autumn
Callander Jazz Festival
Heart 200 - Scotland's New Touring Route
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Book Your Festive Break Now


Autumn Short Breaks

Autumn in Scotland is well known for its glorious colours and dramatic sunsets. The landscape is transformed by a breathtaking explosion of colour - brown, gold, yellow and russet red - every artists’ and photographers’ dream! Escape the city, take a break and check out some of this season’s accommodation offers. Visit Loch Lomond whilst punctuated with beautiful autumn shades.

What's On This Autumn

This autumn check out What's On and head out to the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park. Within easy reach of Glasgow, Stirling and Edinburgh, escape the city and enjoy great days out. Take in popular events this season including the music festivals, walking and wildlife events. Enjoy some great Scottish produce at the farmers' markets or see some fantastic firework displays across the loch on Guy Fawkes' night.

Callander Jazz Festival

Don't miss the the largest rural jazz & blues festival in Scotland. Set in the heart of the Trossachs, the 14th Callander Jazz & Blues Festival runs between Friday 4th and Sunday 6th October. Continually growing, the music festival sees some of this year's performers making their debut, while others have been invited back by popular demand. Come and join us for a fantastic weekend of fun and music, featuring over 50 gigs across 12 venues, performing live jazz, blues, soul and boogie over three days. From solo artists to big bands, over 150 musicians ensure a long weekend of great music in the autumn splendour of the Trossachs.

Heart 200 - Scotland's New Touring Route

This autumn, discover the beauty and mystery of the heart of Scotland by following the Heart 200 route. Launched on 1st July, the new Heart 200 touring route covers 200 miles around the historical cities of Perth and Stirling, through the Trossachs and highland Perthshire. This spectacular journey also uniquely links Scotland’s two national parks, Loch Lomond & The Trossachs and the Cairngorms. This circular route is set on existing public roads, with sub-routes suitable for walkers, cyclists and bikers as well as motorists. When planning your bespoke holiday and arrive in the Trossachs, don't forget to take some time out to Visit Loch Lomond. A trip to treasure forever.

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Book Your Festive Break Now

Don't be disappointed! The Loch Lomond & Trossachs National Park is one of Scotland’s most popular Christmas and New Year holiday destinations. With snowcapped Ben Lomond as your backdrop and cosy open log fires to relax around, make your Christmas and Hogmanay magical!

It is never too early to book your festive break to get the accommodation of your choice. Check out some great festive packages and book now! Visit Loch Lomond at Christmas and New Year.


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