Walk In The Park
Delivered by the Loch Lomond and The Trossachs Countryside Trust, Walk in the Park health walks utilise the beautiful and nurturing surroundings of our National Park. We are recognised as on of the best examples of a successful health walk programme in Scotland and have supported over two hundred and fifty people across the National Park.
Our Health Walk’s are led by trained volunteer’s on risk assessed routes, with each walk being less than an hour long. Our walks are friendly, regular, and we encourage and welcome new walkers to join us and who feel they would benefit from being more active. Health walkers can enjoy a whole range of benefits including increased fitness, improved mood, meeting new people and increased social interactions with local people, increased engagement with their local area. Walking requires no special equipment or expense and is the ideal way or for most people to become more active.
Where Can I Find A Health Walk?
Monday Aberfoyle: Car Park behind the Scottish Wool Centre @ 10:20am
Tuesday Callander: Ancaster Square @10:20am
Tuesday Arrochar: Three Villages Hall @10:20am
Wednesday Balloch: Grass area behind Balloch Tourist Info Centre @10:20am
Wednesday Killin: McLaren Hall car park @10:20am
Thursday Drymen & Croftamie: Village Square (Winnock Hotel) @10:20am
We also deliver several strength and balance sessions across the National Park to build confidence to either compliment the walks or provide an opportunity to be active and sociable for those who may not feel confident to join the walking group.
Health walks utilise the beautiful and nurturing surroundings of our National Park. Our Health Walk’s are led by trained volunteer’s on risk assessed routes, with each walk being less than an hour long. Ou...
As well as our health walks, Walk In The Park delivers Strength and Balance sessions in a number of our locations. These sessions either compliment our health walks or are an opportunity for those who may ...