Activities at the Rowardennan Hotel includes walking, hill climbing, and water-sports.The hotel also has a sandy beach and children's play area. There are many other activities and places of interest to visit within the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park.
Ben Lomond, Loch Lomond, Scotland
The east side of Loch Lomond is dominated by the broad-shouldered profile of Ben Lomond. This mountain is one of Scotland's most acclaimed landmarks and most popular hill walks. At 974 metres (3196ft) the views from the summit provide a stunning panorama of the contrast between the flat central Lowlands and the endless mountains of the Highlands. Ben Lomond is enjoyed by thousands of walkers each year.
Ben Lomond can be reached by taking the B837 road to Rowardennan, 12 miles north of Drymen. Drymen is just of the A811, which links Stirling with Balloch.