LL&C Way: Strachur to Lochgoilhead
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This stage of the Loch Lomond and Cowal Way crosses open moorland, passing a peaceful loch and waterfalls before descending through forestry and then along the pleasant coastal road to Lochgoilhead. In places the path is indistinct but it is waymarked; some sections are boggy.
Forestry track, rugged boggy paths with stream crossing.
Bus (484) Strachur and Lochgoilhead.
East side of Strachur.
Hillwalking in Winter
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