Stronachlachar

Stronachlachar

Stronachlachar, Gaelic for “the nose or point of the stonemason”, has been part of Loch Katrine’s rich history for over a century.

Nestled at the far end of the loch, this small hamlet is home to a series of mighty historical connections. Not more than an hour’s walk from Inversnaid, a checkpoint on the West Highland Way, this stunning destination has been welcoming the steamship Sir Walter Scott at its pier for decades.

Bike – Why not discover Loch Katrine and beyond by bike? Our very own Stronachlachar sailings allow cyclists and hikers to purchase a one hour single ticket from either Trossachs Pier or Stronachlachar, so why not book a bike from Katrine Wheelz before boarding and get exploring! Explore Rob Roy MacGregor history by cycling your way through some of Scotland’s most stunning locations. Starting off in Stronachlachar and travelling around Loch Katrine, this wonderful cycle route introduces you to the splendour and adventure of the Trossachs. Learn more about this historic cycle – Stronachlachar to Aberfoyle Circular Cycle Route.

Eat & Relax – Pop into the Pier Cafe. Situated on the Stronachlachar Pier, this is the perfect pit stop for ramblers and explorers. Enjoy panoramic views of the Loch and watch the historic steamship do its daily runs, all from your cafe seat.