Luss Village Paths
Luss Village Paths

Luss Village Paths

Are you a fan of history? Or do you just love scenic views and quaint little villages and towns? If so, the Luss Village Paths could be the perfect day out for you! These walks all take off from the Village Visitor Centre and bring visitors on a scenic walk around the village, taking in all of its buildings, ancient graveyards and beautiful floral displays. This little village is steeped in history and your tour guides will make sure to enlighten you on all of the important facts along the way.

Where can I find Luss Village?

Luss village is located in Argyll and Bute, bordering the western shores of Loch Lomond. If travelling from Glasgow via Public transport, the 915 bus to Portree departs from Buchanan Bus Station.

The paths take the shape of four separate trails, all with different experience levels and intensities. These are Lochside Path, River Path, Quarry Path, Luss Heritage Path and the Luss Glebe Loop. Some of these trails are suitable for families and are Wheelchair and Pram friendly. So what are you waiting for? Come down and immerse yourself in history and the beauty of the natural world at the Luss Village Paths!

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